CANCUN -- Royal Resorts here is offering a different kind of spring
The resort company said it "will not tolerate college students'
typical rowdy" spring recess behavior and won't accept students
traveling without their parents during this time.
In fact, at least one registered guest in each villa must be 25
years of age and be "willing to accept responsibility for the
action of all villa occupants."
"The management encourages young adults who want to party to
seek accommodations elsewhere," the resort company said.
Instead, Royal Resorts' five hotels here are marketing a spring
break package for families during March that costs from $1,560 for
a suite that sleeps four.
The seven-day package includes daily breakfast, airport
transfers and a choice of a day trip to Xcaret, Chichen-Itza, Tulum
Reduced daily greens fees at the nearby Pok-ta-Pok golf course
also are included.
Royal Resorts' Cancun properties are the Royal Caribbean, Royal
Islander, Royal Mayan, Club International de Cancun and Royal
Royal Resorts pays 15% commission.
Phone: (800) 221-8090