Seadust Cancun Rolls Out New Gluten-Free Menu, Ziplining for Summer

(Photo by Seadust Cancun Family Resort)

The Seadust Cancun Family Resort is gearing up for summer with three new updates for family travelers. The new amenities include updated spa products, on-site ziplining and a new gluten-free menu. 

New this summer, the all-inclusive resort’s Elegance Spa has incorporated products from the Eminence Organics skincare brand and the Rhea vegan certified skincare line. The spa offers traditional massages and treatments designed for both kids and parents, such as the “Kid’s Crab Massage” for boys and girls, “Mommy and Me” and “Daddy and Me” treatments for two, and a 90-minute “Healthy Kids Healthy Parents Spa Family Ritual” treatment that allows parents and kids to choose the essential oil for their massage, with an explanation of the benefits from their masseuse. 

The new on-site ziplining area is over 23 feet in the air, allowing kids to glide over the Mexican Caribbean palm trees. The activity is available to kids ages four to 16 years old in the children’s area of the resort every day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.


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Finally, the resort has added a new gluten-free menu for guests with gluten sensitivities. The new menu is available throughout the resort’s 10 restaurants, including the French restaurant La Maison de Michelle, the traditional Japanese restaurant Samurai and the New York-style restaurant Manhattan. The new menu includes breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings, such as gluten-free cereals, pancakes, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches and, for dessert, gluten-free pineapple pie and apple pie. 

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