Park Royal Club Cala announces New Renovations and Plenty of Fun Straight Through Winter 2012
The Palmas del Mar resort community is nestled on the southeast coast of the island of Puerto Rico. 20 minutes from Humacao, it’s 45 minutes across the island from San Juan and just under an hour from the airport.
The Caribbean is as turquoise and brilliant here as anywhere in the region. The largest master-planned community in the Caribbean, the entire resort is 2,750 acres of beachfront, palm trees and 25 different neighborhoods.
With a world class equestrian center (and horseback riding on the beach), two golf courses and 20 tennis courts, it’s a jet-set resort that’s only for those in the know.
The Park Royal Club Cala is right in the heart of it all, 5 minutes walk to the marina and with the beach, restaurants and casinos just a short distance away, there’s no better way to experience the island.
Royal Holiday-ers get access to 16 restaurants, a casino and a country club with spa. Of course, there’s a beach club, and 24 hour security and access control.
It’s also strictly European plan so members stay almost for free.
Each unit is equipped with a charming kitchenette and nearby supermarkets and shopping make it easy to stay and enjoy. One, two and three bedroom units are each outfitted with new duvet covers, and new luxury hotel bedding as part of a routine – but extra thorough – 2012 renovation program. That program also included exterior painting and fence replacement.
Puerto Rico is very hot this season with many locations reporting near 100% occupancy. This is in part because prices are still not rising with the global economy and truly fantastic travel bargains are available. October flights from Miami start at about US$220, and from Chicago, they’re just over US$300. That means you get a fantastic stay, in a fantastic resort right on the sea, for a little more than the cost of airfare.
Guests arrive from Miami in two hours or from Chicago in just about 4.5 hours.
Give your membership services rep a call today for information on the fall season in Puerto Rico. There’s even a 2 nights free special going on right now.