National authorities in Mexico say the country's national beach restoration program will begin on October 15.

National authorities in Mexico say the country’s national beach restoration program will begin on October 15.

So says Real Resorts, the owner and operator of two Cancun luxury all-inclusive resorts, The Royal in Cancun and The Gran Caribe Real Resort.


The long awaited program will help restore the beach erosion caused by hurricane Wilma in 2005, says Real Resorts. The company has worked with government officials to get the beach restoration process underway and to work towards full beach recovery.

A scenic view of Cancun, Mexico's best-known seaside resort. Source: The Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau

A scenic view of Cancun, Mexico's best-known seaside resort. Source: The Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau

“We were fortunate that at our two Real Resorts in Cancun beach erosion was at a minimum, but we recognize the ecological and tourism importance in restoring the entire coastline along the south side of Cancun,” says Fernando Garcia, the managing director of Real Resorts. “We are delighted that the government is working with the hotels to restore the beaches, and we are proud to be a part of this significant effort which will improve our beaches and those of all our neighboring hotels.”

In celebration of the beach restoration, Real Resorts is offering guests who make a reservation by October 30 for travel in 2010 a 30 per cent early-booking discount at four of its resorts. “This is the largest early booking bonus we have ever offered,” says Garcia.

Real Resorts’ The Royal resorts in Cancun and Playa del Carmen offer guests an adult-only atmosphere,all-suite accommodations including spa style bathrooms, in-room Jacuzzi tubs and private balconies for lounging.

The Gran Caribe Real Cancun and the Gran Porto Real Playa del Carmen are oriented to families

To obtain the special 30 per cent savings at all four resorts, contact a travel agent or visit www.RealResorts.com.