By the Caribbean Journal staff
Cancun’s leading all-inclusive, the Le Blanc Spa Resort, has completed a $30 million renovation project.
The adults-only property has unveiled a completely redesigned lobby, upgrades to its meeting spaces, new “designer” guest suites and a new culinary offering, among other changes.
“We spared no detail in the renovations and upgrades, which are evident in its opulence and design,” said Gibran Chapur, executive vice president of parent company Palace Resorts. “From fine dining to an innovative spa and on-trend wellness options, to lavish accommodations and top-notch service, Le Blanc Spa Resort will continue to be recognized around the world as the top luxury hotel in Cancun.”
The property tapped architect Roberto Elias for the exteriors, while Francois Frossard handled the interior redesign, which covered all 260 rooms and suites.
“The new look highlights include beautiful, ivory marble floors and accent walls, exotic brown and onyx granite decor in intricate furniture pieces such as desks, bars, the spa and beauty salon. There is also a hint of quartz installments noted throughout the decor, creating a relaxing and soothing atmosphere” Frossard said. “We like design to be visually powerful, intellectually elegant, and above all, timeless.”
The transformation also included the addition of abstract art by local Yucatan artist Genoveva Faller.
Suites are also stocked with mini-bars featuring top-shelf spirits, snacks, high definition flat SMART TV’s, featuring Apple TV and gourmet Lavazza coffee makers.
All of the resort’s restaurants have been revamped with new décor, upgraded menus, and new and innovative dining concepts.