Palace Resorts Announced Its Work and Learn ‘Extended Stay’ Offer

Palace Resorts Work and Learn

Another trend for traveling in these out of the ordinary times is a “workation” and another offer is now available.

In a nutshell: Palace Resorts announced their new Work and Learn from Paradise Extended Stay program at all resorts in Jamaica and Mexico.  The longer you stay, the more you could save.

Summer may be coming to a close and it is anything but a typical September.  Children are learning remotely and many are still working from home.

Here comes Palace Resorts with an Extended Stay offer for those that are considering a “workation” while pricing is still lower than usual, and for those with no worries about scheduling around school holidays.

What does the Extended Stay offer include at Palace Resorts?

First, this promo is for stays that are 15 days or longer and offered at Check PricesLe Blanc Spa Resorts in Cancun and Los Cabos, Check PricesIsla Mujeres Palace, Check PricesThe Grand at Moon Palace, Cozumel Palace, Sun Palace, Beach Palace, Moon Palace in Cancun and Jamaica (now equipped with a brand-new jerk shack on the beach), and Playacar Palace.

The offer includes:

  • Early check-in and late check-out
  • Free Airport Transfers
  • Free enhanced Wi-Fi throughout the resort
  • Laundry credit of $350
  • 30% off Excursions, Spa Services, and Golf
  • State-of-the art business centers have been transformed into mini-classrooms with computers and printers

Rates start at $3500 (per room) for a 15-day stay and the nightly rate goes down the longer you stay.  Note that this offer is available for travel through December 21, 2020 (book by date is 9/30/2020).

The Kids & Teens Stay Free promo has also been extended for stays through December 23, 2021 – so as long as kids (17 or under) are in the same room as parents, they’ll be free. There’s also an option for single parents.  Restrictions, of course, apply.

What about hygiene and safety at Palace Resorts?

Early on, the Resort created Purely Palace cleanliness procedures and enhanced contactless measures. In addition, all resorts have the green stamp of approval and implemented the ‘Safe Travels’ protocols.

Keyless room entry – wristbands are technologically wired to open room and contactless check-in can be done online, via their app.  Also, all menus have gone digital so you can access any restaurant menu as well as the room service menu from the app.  You can even book a spa service, golf, and tours, etc. via the app.

Writing emails while your toes are in the sand, not having to cook or clean, kids knowing they can play after virtual school all sound great and … there’s still a pandemic going on and protocols to follow.  Flexibility is key, especially with the changes we’ve seen the last few months in Jamaica, so being mindful of the destination and entry is important.

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Donna Adinolfi is a wellness travel expert, a freelance writer, an award-winning photographer, and the founder/publisher of Her 30+ year career includes serving as the Travel & Spa Editor of Balance Magazine as well as planning wellness travel & retreats. An avid fan of the freedom from carrying cash or credit cards, Donna loves to visit all-inclusive wellness resorts in the U.S, and traveling to some of Mexico's and the Caribbean's many all-inclusive resorts several times each year. She's also a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association.
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