Royal Uno® All Inclusive Resort & Spa Set for December 2020 Debut Following Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

Mexico, Cancun. January 29, 2020

Royal Resorts®, pioneers in Mexican Caribbean tourism, invites travelers to experience an "authentic Cancun" getaway with the announcement of Royal Uno® All Inclusive Resort & Spa. The Cancun Hotel Zone beachfront resort will open December 2020 following a multimillion-dollar renovation of the former The Royal Caribbean® and will offer an all-inclusive concept.

Ushering in a new phase for the resort company, Royal Uno marks an expansion of Royal Resorts into the all-inclusive vacation market, offering exceptional experiences for families, honeymooners, singles and travelers of all ages with the hallmark hospitality that has made it a Cancún favorite for more than 40 years. The all-new resort, from the welcoming entry to the brilliantly designed contemporary rooms and suites will feature an open design offering endless sea views, earth tones with modern accents and fresh Caribbean colors.

"We are delighted to introduce a new standard in hospitality with Royal Uno's authentic Cancún experience for all travelers seeking endless vacation fun, signature dining and five-star amenities," said Javier Vales, Chief Operating Officer at Royal Resorts. "Cancún is certainly a proven desirable destination and we are looking forward to welcoming guests with our warm approach to hospitality and activities tailored for all ages. It is our mission to give visitors a true sense of place here at Royal Uno."

Royal Uno's transformation includes a complete renovation and redesign of the rooms, lobby and service areas. The resort will offer a mix of 540 new rooms and one- and two-bedroom suites encompassing a private ocean view terrace or balcony, queen or king-size beds, smart TV, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth speakers, coffee maker and minibar. Equipped for a comfortable and relaxing stay, each suite features an independent living and dining area, a tub and separate shower in the bath plus a spacious terrace. Several of the suites also offer whirlpools on the terraces and there are 13 ground floor beachfront suites with plunge pools.

With five new restaurants serving international, Mexican, Italian and Asian cuisine, a café, and a grab & go counter, a gourmet dining experience awaits guests at Royal Uno. The elevated all-inclusive resort will also feature an impressive array of amenities including two oversized pools, a children's pool with water play area, spa, watersports, swim-up bar and beach bar, a Kids Club, family room for video games and movies and more. Guests will also enjoy kayaks and sailboats on the lagoon, daily activities and evening entertainment making it the perfect spot for a fun-filled vacation with family and friends.

Surrounded by lush tropical vegetation and with the sounds of water to soothe the mind, body and soul, guests can embark on a journey of wellness and mindfulness at Alea Spa, offering a range of ancestral indigenous herbal treatments woven into massages, body wraps and more.

Set on one of Cancún's finest beaches in the heart of the Cancun Hotel Zone, Royal Uno offers panoramic views of the Caribbean and Nichupte Lagoon. Just steps away from the fascinating Maya Museum and San Miguelito archaeological site, the resort is situated in a prime location, only a five-minute drive from shopping malls, nightclubs, golf courses and a 20-minute drive from Cancun International Airport.

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