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IBIZA — Palladium Hotels & Resorts is planning a slew of upgrades across several properties, proving that nothing is more important than delivering an elevated and luxurious guest experience.
Between August and December 2016, the Grand Palladium White Sand Resort & Spa in Riviera Maya will completely revamp its suites, one-bedroom suites and junior suites with new furniture and upgraded décor. The renovations will be completed in stages, and villas where the work is taking place will be closed to prevent disturbing guests. Also, the resort’s Mare Nostrum restaurant will complete renovations by Sept. 15, while the Japanese restaurant Sumptuori will undergo renos between Sept. 1 through Dec. 1.
Over at Grand Palladium Palace Resort & Spa in Punta Cana, upgrades continue to is accommodations, which began in May and are scheduled to be completed in October. In total, 140 rooms will receive new furniture and décor as well as renovated bathrooms and terraces, and 12 oceanview rooms on the ground floor will be turned into junior suites. Also, 42 suites will become loft suites, and 28 double deluxe suites will receive a new bathroom design and new décor.
In addition, the resort’s Behique buffet will be closed from September through October for roof maintenance, and Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness centre will be undergo upgrades through October that include new workout equipment.
Lastly, the Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort & Spa in Riviera Nayarit will be enhancing its zoo, which currently holds rescued animals. Over in Montego Bay, the Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa will also enjoy enhancements to its El Poseidon à la carte restaurant, set to be completed this fall.
For more information go to palladiumhotelgroup.com.