Grand Residences Riviera Cancun recently announced the expansion of its Kids and Teens Clubs programming as part of the all-inclusive stay. The newly expanded activities include immersive experiences inspired by the local community and creative food and beverage options.
“Grand Residences is an all-inclusive, family-friendly resort that continuously elevates each stay with new and creative features for everyone to enjoy,” said Daniela Trava Albarran, general manager, Grand Residences Riviera Cancun. “With the expansion of the Kids and Teens Clubs, there are now even more options for onsite fun where each guest can enjoy a more personalized getaway.”
Weekly programming at the resort is available at the Kids Club and Teens Club, as well as adults-only activities. The Kids Club now features a kid-friendly version of the adults-only teatime activity. The kid version includes juice, traditional Mexican treats and Spanish lessons.
The Kids Club also hosts a weekly piñata party on Friday afternoon. Kids and teens both have the opportunity to participate in weekly dance classes. Adults-only programming includes cooking and mixology classes, spa treatments, a swim-up bar at the pool, tennis lessons and tequila tastings. Select activities are available for the entire family, including movies, BBQs, volleyball, a beach bonfire and poolside contests.
The resort features a variety of dining options, including 24-hour room service, all offering kid-friendly dishes and items for dietary restrictions and allergies.
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