Palace Resorts has reopened its Playacar Palace following an extensive $14 million renovation.

The all-inclusive resort's transformation includes upgrades to guestrooms, lobby, front desk, restaurants, and lounge areas. Each of the 201 rooms has new decor, enhanced showers, coffee makers, and new jets added to the in-room double whirlpools. The property's existing "Walk Out" suites now feature a private terrace.

Playacar Palace has also upgraded its dining, which includes new furniture at the main restaurant Cafe Del Mar. The spot now features a cold show cooking area. In addition, the Italian restaurant, formerly known as Terraza, has reopened as Bocelli, with a new menu. Lastly, Momo which serves Asian fusion, has a new menu as well built to create a culinary sharing experience for the whole party.

Adding to the culinary experience, the brand has formed a partnership with pastry chef Antonio Bachour. All Palace Resorts now feature an exclusive menu selection of desserts and pastries, exclusively curated by Bachour.

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