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These Beach Resorts Will Seriously Give You a $1500 Credit for Staying 5-8 Nights

Use the credit for spa experiences, excursions, golf and specialty dining

Theresa Boehl
Theresa Boehl
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Posted on: October 10, 2017

As if the all-you-can-eat-and-drink beach vacation experience was somehow unsatisfactory, Palace Resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico offer a perk so over-the-top it’s almost impossible to pass up: a $1500 resort credit for stays of 5 to 8 nights, and up to $2500 for stays of 12 nights.

That’s right — in addition to unlimited dining and drinking, you get an extra $1500 to use on-site for spa experiences, excursions, romantic dinners and golf. Consider it an extra layer of icing on an already opulent cake.

Palace Resorts are a grouping of upscale properties scattered along some of the most coveted coastlines in Jamaica, Cancun, Cozumel, the Riviera Maya and Los Cabos.

Moon Palace Cancun. Photo © Palace Resorts

Moon Palace Cancun offers a stunning setting for a beach vacation, plus all the creature comforts you could want: 12 restaurants, 13 bars, a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and a series of interconnecting swimming pools.

Lumiere restaurant serving French-fusion cuisine. Photo © Palace Resorts

It’s all about the details at Le Blanc Spa Resort in Los Cabos, home to French-fusion restaurant Lumiere, which offers a seven-course tasting menu and wine pairing. Your resort credit will be put to good use at the La Blanc Spa, with 25 treatment suites and a hydrotherapy circuit. (Guests can use $500 of their resort credit toward spa treatments).

A pool forming part of the hydrotherapy circuit at Moon Palace Jamaica. Photo © Palace Resorts

But you haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen the jaw-dropping Awe Spa at Moon Palace Jamaica, the largest spa on the island. Its soothing hydrotherapy circuit includes a steam room, thermal loungers and a pool with water fountains.

For younger travelers, the resort’s kids and teens club features arcade games, air hockey tables, an indoor ball pit, an outdoor water park and Xbox and Wii gaming areas.

Not able to take a long vacation this year? You can still receive a resort credit of $500 for staying just three nights, or $750 for four-night stays. The longer you stay, the more credit you earn.

Note that a 16% tax must be paid on all products and services rendered with the resort credit.

Excited to find the ideal Palace Resort and take advantage of the resort credit offer? See all of Palace Resorts’ properties.

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