Seadust Cancun Remodels Restaurants and Bars

Seadust Cancun Family Resort, an all-inclusive resort, has announced the remodeling of several of its restaurants and bars. As part of the resort’s ongoing enhancement process that has included updated amenities and the extensive remodel of all 505 suites, Seadust Cancun Family Resort continues by finalizing the remodel of the following restaurants and bars on property:

Food Gallery: Previously known as Magnus Food Court, the new Food Gallery has been completely revamped with a new A/C system, walls and eating areas with modern equipment to offer better service to guests.

Big Ben Steakhouse: The steakhouse has a new wine rack to hold various vintages, additional greenery for décor and ambiance, new floor and paint as well as a new lighting system.

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Midway: Previously known as Oktoberfest, the Midway bar has been completely remodeled and showcases new furniture, décor and lighting system.

Manhattan: The New York-style deli has new walls and columns, décor and new booths. The restaurant now features a product wall as well as a new lighting system.

Le Maison de Michelle: The a la carte French restaurant has new glass, chandeliers and new paint job.

Seadust Cancun Family Resort overlooks the beaches of the Mexican Caribbean and offers spacious accommodations, 11 restaurants, nine bars, cinema-style theater, full service spa, large meeting spaces and various family-friendly amenities including a waterpark, zipline and mini-golf course, among others.

For more information, visit seadustcancun.com.

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