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Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun Perfected With A $30 Million-Dollar Renovation 

Palace Resorts reports that it has done a big renovation of the Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun, the brands flagship asset. The adult-only resort has reopened after the important updates to its exteriors and interiors, adding an improved meeting area, redesigned entrance hall, refreshed restaurants, new visitor suites, and freshly decorated common areas. 

The property’s 260 rooms and suites have been fully redesigned with a neutral shade palette in chill shades of white. Each suite has a private French balcony, a king bed, living space or two standard double beds with new memory foam mattresses, twin whirlpool tubs and bathrooms with body jets and rain-shower-heads. 

All the resorts restaurants have been renovated with new decoration, upgraded menus and latest dining ideas. New restaurant choices contain Bella, serving classic Italian cuisine, as well as Blanc, a latest Mexican restaurant. Lumiere, the resort signature restaurant, received new decoration and a new menu targeted on distinct ingredients, such as duck and foie gras, escargot, while Yama, a new restaurant, serves new Japanese dishes. The Terraza “Wood Fired Bistro” has been redesigned to take benefit of the ocean views, while the new Pure provides fit dinning choices. For dessert, there is the new Glase Ice cream parlor, as well as a sweets shop and a new coffee. 

For events, all of the property 8,120 square feet of meeting area has been improved with new decoration, new carpeting, upgraded latest flooring and doors as well as environmentally friendly, air conditioning, clever control for lighting. The resort also provide top A/V equipment, complimentary Wi-Fi all through the property, a business center, plus a 2,254 square-foot terrace with a cocktail patio providing sunset views. 

At the BLANCSPA, visitors can enjoy a freshly launched signature service, the Balche Massage, which incorporates Balche, a fermented drink native to the Yucatan that stems from the tree bark of the genus Lonchocarpus and honey. 

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