By the Caribbean Journal staff
Palace Resorts’ Playacar Palace has reopened following a $14 million transformation project.
The Playa del Carmen-area property underwent a major renovation, with everything from upgrades to the guest rooms, lobby and restaurants to totally new interiors.
The interior redesign was envisioned by architect Roberto Elias and interior designer Francois Frossard.
New features include “walk out” suites, including private terraces; technology updates featuring wristband keys; and a menu revamp by noted Chef Antonio Bachour.
Each of the property’s 201 rooms now has new decor, modern furnishings, enhanced showers and vanity areas and even Lavazza coffee makers.
“As a brand, we are always looking to reinvent ourselves and elevate each part of any guests experience. It’s not only about being better but also about offering our guests a completely unique experience, while offering the highest quality of standards,” said Gibran Chapur, Executive Vice President of Palace Resorts. “The renovations to Playacar Palace are only one of the many ways, our brand continues to evolve and stay ahead of the most demanded trendy in the luxury all-inclusive We are proud to open our doors to the newly-revamped Playacar Palace.”