Palace Resorts Offers Kid-Friendly Program and Nanny Services

Available for booking May 15, for travel beginning June 1, Mexico's all-inclusive Palace Resorts have introduced the "Family Connections Program".

The program includes access to the new "Connection Zone" kids club for kids ages four-12 which has been expanded to include tennis lessons, mini-golf, Spanish lessons, beach soccer, slumber parties, pinata-making, game nights, face painting and masquerade nights.

Also available in the "Family Connections Program" are the Nextel Direct Walkie-Talkie Services to keep parents and kids in contact, and the new  specialized children's menu which includes kid-friendly options like grilled cheese sandwiches, chicken fingers, quesadillas, spaghetti and mini burgers and French fries.

In addition to the "Family Connections Program" the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort and Beach Palace are adding the "Family Connections Luxury Suite with Nanny Service" room category which will feature two guaranteed connecting rooms, accommodating up to six people.  The upgraded amenities will include private nanny services provided by Cancun Nanny Service for kids ages two-17 for three hours per day.

Upon arrival, kids will receive a Palace Resorts' welcome treat as well as a signature welcome kit featuring beach toys, L'oreal Kids products, bathrobes and slippers and a cookie turndown service.

Fore more information on the "Family Connections Program", or to make reservations, visit

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