Timeshare reviews at Beach Palace
A Palace resort Rep stopped us on the way in to Cancun at the Airport for a presentation. The salesman offered us 30 tours PLUS a day pass, facial, and Massage for $200.00. We took the presentation tour. Truely not high pressure in my opinion. We used our day pass at the Moon Palace. My boys learned to Windsurf and sail a catamaran. The Kids club was really full service. In 50+ different resorts that we have stayed at, this is the finest. The service, food, presentation, and everything was just Grand. The staff will do anything to make your stay a pleasure. In fact that is their favorite phrase "A pleasure". Expensive, but if you can afford it, well worth every penny. Enjoy!
Went on our honeymoon and loved it. Great location, transportation is easy, and cheap. We opted for all-inclusive and were glad we did. The food and service were great. We took lots of excursions and had a memorable vacation.
We traded to this resort the first week of May 2002 and we LOVED it!!! The staff was very friendly and the food was excellent. The beach is absolutely beautiful and the resort is right on the beach. We met some people that had come to Beach Palace from Moon Palace which is a huge, newer resort in the Palace family and they told us that the Beach Palace was the one that they were told to go to for the best beach out of all the Palace resorts. It is the smallest of all of them which we liked. With the all-inclusive package, which we found reasonable at $750 for the week for the two of us, you also got a choice of 2 tours. We chose Chichen-Itza and Tulum/Xel-Ha. The tours being included saves a lot of money. They run at almost $100 per person from tour operators. We cannot wait to go back here again and are planning to in 2004. The rooms are very clean and the cleaning staff even had left little gifts for us every day of our stay. We couldn't wait to see what we were getting for the day. We recommend this resort highly and especially if you want a nice, relaxing vacation by a beach that you only thought were in touched up postcards.