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We just got back from Le Blanc Spa & Resort and we LOVED it. The minimalist decor was very unique and quite elegant. The food was excellent, the service was exceptional, the infinity pools are amazing, the beach is wide, and the hotel is top notch.
I would recommend Le Blanc without hesitation. We have been to Moon Palace, Crown Paradise Club, El Dorado Royale, Royal Hideaway, Aventura Spa Palace, Secrets Excellence, and Allegro Resort in Cozumel. We felt that Le Blanc compared to Royal Hideaway, Secrets Excellence, and Royal Plantation (in Jamaica).
We can't wait to go back. Let me know if you have any questions after reading my trip report. Cyndi
ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE
We flew in on American from Austin. We had to change planes in Dallas. There were some storms in the Houston area so we had to go around them, which made us about 10 minutes late arriving. We landed about 1:30PM. Our bags didn't take long and we got the green light through customs. The whole immigration process is SOOO MUCH better than Jamaica.
I had booked our transfer with Cancun Vans. It was a private transfer for 2 for a special price of $48 roundtrip - a great deal. They were waiting for us with our names on a sign right in the front as soon as we walked out of the terminal. They took our picture and quickly loaded us in an air conditioned van - big enough for 8-10 people. We left right away (about 2PM). Le Blanc is further down on the Cancun strip so it took us about 20-25 minutes to get there. There was a bellman waiting for us as soon as we arrived. We tipped the driver and were escorted to the lobby. We were welcomed by Daniella and we immediately were brought the cool towels and drink. Check in was a breeze. We gave them our credit card and they put our "bracelets" on. This is the part I don't like. RH, SERC, and RP do not require the wrist bands. They are clear which made them less noticeable, but nonetheless you knew you had it on.
Cancun Vans confirmed our return time when they dropped us off and they were there promptly at 3:15 on Monday, July 10th for our return flight at 5:48PM. I would highly recommend their services. I was able to pay via PayPal in advance and they sent me an email with my confirmation which I just had to show when we arrived and then give them the bottom off on the return.
Our flight back was delayed 2 hours due to mechanical problems, so American put us up in the Hilton at Dallas and we got a 6:18AM flight back to Austin on Tuesday. It was tough getting up at 4AM after having been lazy all week and not getting up before 7:30 or 8AM.
After check-in, we were directed to the elevators and told that our luggage would be sent to our room. We were in room 810. This was on the 8th floor (there are 9 floors total) closer toward the ocean. Basically, the first room number on the ocean side is 800 - which is closer to the elevators / lobby. The last room on the ocean side was 814, so our room was about 10 rooms down and 5 from the end. We had a fabulous location with an incredible ocean view. We had requested top floor, ocean view, with a king bed and our request was perfectly accommodated. The hotel is kinda shaped like a triangle, so after room 814, the next few rooms would probably have a view of the ocean and lagoon. Then the rooms on the back side have the view of the lagoon. It looked like these had a larger sliding glass door area, but no walk out balcony, but I didn't see one, so I can't be sure. You would get some ride noise if you were on the lagoon side. In our case, we had the ocean noise ;-)
The room was beautiful - a little bigger than most Sandals rooms, and about the same size as Secrets Excellence. You walked in and the bathroom was on the right. It is all done in marble. There is a single sink with a small vanity with a nice lighted make up mirror. There is a glass wall that separates this from the toilet and shower. It's a nice size (bigger than a Marriott or Hilton bathroom). There is a wall with a little nook separating the bathroom from the bedroom. We had a king size bed, TV, fully stocked mini bar and liquor cabinet, small table for your suitcase, desk and chair, and night stands on each side that lit up. You stepped down 4 steps to the area with your 2 person (could almost fit 4 people) where there was also a small round table and 2 chairs. The sliding glass doors led to a small 2' x 6' balcony (can stand to look out, but too small for table or chairs). It was really romantic at night. They had soft lighting and you could sit in the Jacuzzi, drink champagne, eat the Petit Fours they brought every night and watch the waves roll up on the beach plus see the Cancun skyline. We slept with the sliding doors open so we could hear the waves crashing in the morning and at night (it was red flag days the whole time we were there).
I called for our pillows immediately. They were out of Lavender and Chamomile, so I got the Orthopedic and Water pillows. They didn't come right away, so when we went down for lunch, I mentioned it to the butler. Later that night coming out of dinner, I mentioned we still didn't have them and it was because we had to sign a form - just a formality. He ran to get the form, we signed it and when we got back to the room on our first night, they were there. I loved the orthopedic pillow (I use one at home). The water pillow must have weighed 10 pounds and my husband kept joking about it. He liked it, though, because it didn't move at all!!! Although one night, he thought it leaked because he got up and the floor was all wet. It turned out it was just humidity because we had the AC going full blast and had the sliding glass doors opened!
We had consistent maid service and turn down service every day. We never had a case where we came back to the room from the pool/beach for the day and the room wasn't done. Also, no matter what time we went to dinner (which was usually between 8PM and 9PM), we had fresh towels and bed turned down. Each evening they delivered the Petit Fours at around 6PM.
We didn't use room service other than for breakfast one morning. We requested it between 7:30 AM and 7:45AM and they were there promptly at 7:30AM. I ordered strawberries, even though it wasn't listed, and sure enough, I got a huge plate of strawberries. The coffee was piping hot. I liked their coffee better than Jamaica because it wasn't as strong. You also had a choice of milk or cream and the cream I think made it tastier. Below are some more details on the room and amenities.
BioSilk products by Farouk
Silk Therapy Hair Serum
Toothbrush & Tooth paste (2)
Vanity Set with Qtips, flat cotton pads, and emery boards
Shoe Cleaner (white cloth)
Dos Equis XX
Hershey Bars (assorted)
Japanese peanuts (crunchy like)
Oats & Granola Bar
Apple Breakfast Bar
Bacardi White Rum
Johnny Walker Black Label Whiskey
Gran Centenario Tequila
2001 Crianza Rioja Senoria de Villarica Red Wine
2 red wine glasses
Slippers (2) - for you to keep
Conair Blow Dryer (1600 watts)
Coffee (Decaf and Regular packets)
McCormick Tea Bags
Coffee Mate Powder Creamer packets
Aspartame (blue packet)
Saccharin (pink packet)
All Marble shower with Moen Faucets
2 Shower Heads on opposite walls
4 Swedish Shower jets and seat on one wall
2 person Jacuzzi tub (huge)
There are 3 pools - lagoon, lobby, and 3rd floor. The lagoon pool was the warmest and the quietest. We usually ended our days there since they had pool volleyball usually around 2PM each day. The lobby and 3rd floor pools are negative edge and the view is amazing. The 3rd floor pool was the smallest and the coldest. The lobby pool was large and a comfortable temperature. I didn't think any of the pools were too cold - they were all refreshing. If anything, the lagoon pool was too warm. The lobby/main pool is probably the biggest and most beautiful. It never felt crowded and the service at the swim up bar was excellent. The lagoon pool also had a swim up bar and the service their was great. They had wait staff at the beach and pools to take your drink or food orders. They were always around and did a great job.
They did not have rafts. However, on the first day, another guest who was staying there left her raft for me, so I had one all week. When I left, I gave it to another couple that we met. I did not see anywhere in the gift shop where you could buy a raft, but I didn't really look too hard either. A lot of people just leave their rafts there when they leave. I did notice if you got up early enough that you could usually snag a raft that someone left because they put them behind the towel area at night. I also think, if you tipped one of the pool guys that they would "arrange" to make sure you had one.
We saw 2 woman who were topless at the pool, but not for long. They discreetly must have said something because they seemed to disappear down to the beach.
The towels were plentiful. Armando would set us up by the pool everyday and would tuck a towel in on the chair and use a second towel to create a nice pillow. If you wanted fresh towels throughout the day, they were always at the towel hut by the main/lobby pool. And the same, at the lagoon pool and also were a pile of clean towels on a chair at the 3rd floor pool. It was so nice. If you go, you will be able to spot Armando right away. He is the "lifeguard", but really was lifeguard, towel boy, pool boy, ... - you name it. He was incredibly hard working. He didn't say a lot - just made sure that you were always comfortable and were perfectly set up with your towel(s), chair, and umbrella. If he'd come back to the states, I'd hire him in a heart beat.
We only saw 1 outdoor Jacuzzi (the web site claims 2) and this was under repair, so we didn't get to use it.
The pool bars were open from 8AM - 10PM!!!! I think if there wasn't anyone in the pool that they may have closed early - never found out because the latest we stayed in the pool one night was 7PM.
ACTIVITIES and ENTERTAINMENT
There was some entertainment, but in general, the resort was very quite during the day and evening. They did have water and beach volleyball once a day, so my husband was happy. They also had games you could borrow (Backgammon, Scrabble, Dominoes, Jenga, Battleship, ...) and a small selection of books. There was music at breakfast and some entertainment in the lobby around happy hour and in the evenings up stairs in the 3rd floor bar. Summary is below
Since this hotel is on the strip, you can easily walk down town to Pat O'Brien's, Congo Bongo, Senor Frogs, or one of the other bars. I'd say most of the bars are within a 3-10 block radius of the hotel. You can also take the bus (think it is like 50 cents) or a taxi. My husband walked to town one morning while I worked out, but we didn't venture off the property at night. We met some couples there (4 in total) who dropped almost $400 on drinks at Senor Frog's one night!!! .
Morning Breakfast 8-11 AM
Classic Guitar - Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday
Violin - Wednesday, Saturday
Flute - Monday, Friday
String Orchestra - Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
Harp - Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday
Magic Show - Wednesday
@10PM (till 11:45 PM or midnight)
Singer Samara - Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Jazz Band - Monday and Saturday
Saxophone - Wednesday
Cooking Lessons (sushi one day and guacamole another day)
Water Aerobics (1 day)
Towel Decoration (couple days a week)
Bracelet Making (almost every day)
Backgammon Clinic (almost every day)
The spa was spectacular. We each had 2 treatments. You can use the sauna, steam, Jacuzzi, cold/hot plunge pools, foot whirlpool, and facilities at no charge for your first 48 hours. They don't tell you this, so remember to ask. I don't know what the charge is after that. We did treatments on 2 different days and so there was no charge either. The facilities are NOT coed, so you can't enjoy them with your sweetie, which was a bummer. Also, you have to wear a bathing suit while in the common areas.
The spa is amazing. It is huge and like being in another world. The ambience is beyond any spa we have been to and I have a lot to compare (Lake Austin Spa, Aventura Spa Palace, all the Sandals spas, Secrets Excellence, California spas, ...).
We did the couples massage first. It was $172 per person for an 80 minute massage if you were in separate rooms and $200 per person if you wanted to be in the same room. We paid the extra to be in the same room. They have a number of different selections for massages. Interestingly, they are pretty much all the same price (i.e. aromatherapy is the same as hot stone). We opted for the "Q1" 4 Elements Stone massages - this was the "earth, wind, fire, and rain" massage.
You pay in advance (charge to your room). When you check in they ask you your sandal size. They then take you to the lockers and give you your robe, slippers, and towel. It's great because the sandals actually fit. I forgot to take my jewelry off in advance, so they also gave me a safe deposit box to store all my jewelry - I was a little nervous about just keeping it in the locker.
I arrived early so I could enjoy the spa. They escorted me to the sauna first and asked how long I wanted to stay in. While you are laying there, they come in with a lovely orange floral scented cool towel that they place over your face. After the sauna, I relaxed in the steam room. This was absolutely amazing. It is about 3-4 times the size of the steam room at RP and they have neon lights that change from green, blue, yellow, pink, ... With the steam all around you, it looked so cool. After that they have a cool (not freezing cold) high pressure shower to rinse off. I also did the Jacuzzi which could fit about 12 people. I didn't do the hot and cold plunge pools since the hot pool wasn't filled and the foot whirlpool wasn't working on the women's side either. My husband said the foot whirlpool was very comfortable, but the water was cold and he would have preferred hot water.
I showered again before my treatment and then they took me to the waiting area to meet up with my husband. They put the buckwheat neck pillow on you that we so warm and toasty. They ask if you want anything to drink and you wait for your therapists to come out. We were escorted to our room which was dimly let with candles and had a 2 person shower in it. They started with a foot bath, then had you choose your aromatherapy scent (green tea, lavender, and one other scent I forget). They left while you disrobed and had you lay on the table face down. They did not skimp on the minutes - it was every bit of a full 80 minutes. They started with the back, then legs, then flipped over and did the arms, legs, neck, and finished with a head massage. They used the hot stones and it was perfect. When you flipped over on to your back, they put some type of foil with mudd on it and then peeled this off at the end. I would HIGHLY recommend this treatment. I read on Trip Advisor that your butler can give you a $15 off coupon for spa services. I didn't read this till after we got back, so I didn't ask. After your massage, they escort you back to the common area and you can just relax with a nice cup of green tea.
For our second treatment, we did 50 minute massages in individual rooms ($108 per person). We opted for the Shirodora. This is the one where they do a foot bath first, then your neck and back (no legs), turn over, and they pour the hot oil on your forehead and do a head and foot massage. It was great and different, although I missed not having my legs and arms done. I would recommend it, though, because the head and foot massage were excellent. When I looked at the clock, she had actually gone over by 5 minutes! We also got to enjoy the common area before and after just relaxing together - we were just in different rooms for the actual treatment.
I liked paying in advance because you don't have to worry about settling your bill when you are all relaxed and just want to veg out. I came out of the spa and my husband was in the waiting area outside the spa/gym/salon with 2 mojitos and the dominoes. We went up to the lobby bar outside and played dominoes for a while. They took great care of us up there. They brought us snacks (peanuts and chips without asking) and every time my mojito got about half finished a new one appeared - truly incredible service.
The gym and personal trainers were the best ever. They had all new LifeFitness 95x series equipment. This included:
Recumbent Bike (2)
Regular Bike (1)
Full weight circuit
They had some scheduled classes and you could make an appointment with one of 4 personal trainers any time (3 guys and 1 girl). The classes included:
I worked out twice a day for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon. I did 35 minutes on the elliptical each time and 25 minutes of stretching. I was burning 600-700 calories a day, and I still gained 5 lbs in 8 days!!!!! Which brings me to the details on the food and beverage.
Le Blanc has 4 restaurants:
Blancintl - International (buffet breakfast & lunch, a la carte dinner)
Blancitalia - Italian
Blancorient - Oriental (Japanese, Chinese, Thai)
Blancstage - Gourmet (12 mini courses paired with wine)
For dinner, all but the International require reservations. All of them are a la carte. For lunch, they also had an a la carte option on the third floor by the 3rd floor infinity pool, but we never tried it.
We had no problem getting our time choice. We typically ate at 8:30. For the Gourmet, they only have a 7PM and a 9PM seating, so we did the 9PM. This is unusual for us. We typically eat at 6PM at home and when we go to Sandals we schedule 7PM (7:30 usually at the latest). However, I usually worked out around 5PM - 6PM and my husband stayed in the pool drinking. He could wave to me from the lagoon pool while I killed myself on the elliptical. Thank goodness I did though or I would have gained 10 pounds!
For breakfast, they had yogurts, fruit, cheese, deli meats, oatmeal with cinnamon, granola, hot chocolate, juices, white and chocolate milk, Mexican appetizers, made to order waffles, eggs, pancakes, French toast, omelettes, poached eggs, eggs benedict, fried bananas, bacon, sausage, home fries, hash browns, Monte potatoes (had cheese in them), cottage cheese, cream cheese, croissants, danish, salad, and more. In other words, they had EVERYTHING!
For lunch, it was just as extensive. They had cook to order flank steak, ribeye steak, salmon, shrimp, sausage, burgers, plus pork, chicken, beef, and veal selections. They had 2 kinds of soup, salad with tons of dressings, fruit, crab claws, cheeses, olives, deli meats, cook to order pasta, nachos, guacamole, queso, meat sauce, fish pastry wraps, baked potatoes, banana tempura, 6 ice cream flavors, flan, tarts, cakes, chocolate desserts, sponge cake, and more, more, more.
If you have been to Sandals, there is no comparison (i.e. LeBlanc is better). However, I would say that Sandals still has the best signature soups.
We ate at the International, Italian, and Oriental twice each and did the Gourmet on Wednesday night. On Tuesday night they had grilled lobster in all the restaurants. They also have it sometimes on Fridays, but not when we were there. The lobster was great - although a little overcooked. I would have preferred to have it boiled and then split and put under a broiler. We also had lobster as one of the 12 courses at the Gourmet since we ate there the next night (Wednesday). I did not keep track of what we ate, but there were a ton of choices. I'll highlight some of the more memorable things I recall. And, I guess the biggest thing was the wine selection. It was absolutely amazing. There must have been 10 whites, 10 reds, and a number of blush wines to choose from. I haven't even seen as extensive a wine selection in some restaurants. And, let me tell you these weren't Carlo Rossi quality (sorry no offense if anyone loves Carlo Rossi). Some of the reds were 1998 vintages and the whites were 2003, 2004 (some 2005s and maybe a 2002). These were all on the INCLUDED list. It was truly amazing. For the first time ever, I was incredibly pleased with the wine selection and didn't have to stick to champagne. They did have some California wines like Fetzer and Sutter home. However, we took advantage of there selection from Australian Spain, Italy, France, Mexico, and Chile.
At the oriental, we did the California (crab & avocado) and Philadelphia sushi (not sure), shrimp tempura, vegetable tempura, some chicken appetizer that tasted like a meatball, vegetables on a skewer and the spring rolls. They were all awesome. They had lots of other choices, but my husband doesn't like fish, so we didn't try them. He had the Korean soup (kinda like egg drop), but only better. We both ordered green salads (not on the menu, but which they accommodated). For the main course he had a steak and vegetables on one night and pork crepes the other night. I had grilled Grouper both nights. We thought they were really good. We had the banana spring rolls for dessert the first time. I was expecting them to be like PF Chang's but they weren't as sweet and had raisins. So, the next time, instead of dessert we had them make us Mayan coffee (coffee with Sambuca, Kahlua, and coconut ice cream with the sugar rim).
At the Italian, we both had the filet mignon the first time. The second time we did the special which was a Top Sirloin steak. Both were excellent. The filet was more tender, but both had incredible flavor. They also brought out surprise appetizers. The first time it was a selection of deli meats. The second time they had shrimp and some veggie things. We ordered green salads both times plus the minestrone soup. For an appetizer we ordered the carpaccio. It was the thinnest most tender, flavorful beef we have ever had. It came with balsamic and guacamole drizzle. It was delectable. For dessert, we got the Spanish coffee the first time (coffee + Kahlua + brandy) which they flambéed in front of us. On the second visit, we had bananas foster flambéed at the table. Since this was our last night they put "Come Back Soon" in chocolate on the plate when they served it to us. It was awesome. We also got the Nobiello Cabernet Sauvignon wine. This isn't out in their display case. One of the hostesses had recommended it and made sure that we had it on our last night. I don't know if it was extra (we didn't have to pay for it). In general, there wasn't a wine I didn't like. We did
chardonnays sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, sauvignon cabernet, merlot, Petit Syrah, Shiraz, and more. And, no charge for any of these!!!!!
We enjoyed the Gourmet restaurant with the 12 different dishes they have you sample. Basically, it is a couple of different appetizers, entrees and desserts with 4 different wines to match ( 3 white and 1 red which was fine for me since I like
white better). The other 2 couples we met and had dinner with preferred red, so they asked for a different choice, which they happily
provided. They did have asparagus juice and some type of carrot juice as a selection. Both were OK and neat to try. They had veal for the primary entree, but we also got a lobster surprise plus they had some other gourmet things which I don't recall. They also served a pumpkin soup with scallops that was excellence (although we still prefer Sandals soups). If we had stayed another night, we probably would have went back. But, I can see this might not be for everyone. I am a meat and potatoes person, but I love to try different things, so I enjoyed it, but not everyone would. My husband was worried there would be a lot of fish, but other than the lobster and a shrimp appetizer, it was more meat and vegetables. At the end they served us a dessert wine and cappuccino. You sat out on the balcony on the third floor by the pool and there was a beautiful breeze and you could hear the ocean. There were 6 of us which was lovely, but if it were just the two of you, it would be very romantic.
I saved the best for last. Our favorite meal was at the International. We had Chateau Briand for two and I have never ever tasted
a better steak (it's basically filet mignon). They prepared it on the grill, but then sliced it in front of us. It was truly amazing.
You COULD cut it with a butter knife. We were tempted to go back on our last night, but knew that they were expecting us in the
Italian. If you love meat (and even if you don't), you have to try this. The other night we ate here was on Tuesday when they had
the lobster. That was very good and we combined it with the turf part and got the rib eye. That was good, but doesn't even come close to comparing to the Chateau Briand. The filet mignon in the Italian was very good, but still not as good as the CB.
They had a Nicoise salad (green salad with olives, beets, tuna, ...), but we just opted again for green salads. They also had shrimp, veggie, and some potato appetizers, but we didn't do any of those. We got the white asparagus soup with mussels on both visits. We got an assortment of desserts the first time and the second time, just went with the Mayan coffee. It wasn't half as good as what the
Mayan coffee they made in the Oriental. It was in the wrong type of glass, sugar wasn't burned on the rim, and they used a light cream rather than a heavy cream or ice cream. I was so full, though, that it didn't matter.
Bottom line - there wasn't a meal that we didn't enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Thus why I gained 5 pounds and my husband 4!
Below is the detail I cut and pasted from their web site that has more detail on the restaurants.
Blancintl -Simple, attractive décor and marvelous ocean view are the backdrop for an array of culinary delights from around the world, with show cooking; breakfast and lunch buffet, a la carte dinner, wine cellar
Type: International, Mexican & French cuisine
Dress code: casual
RESERVATIONS: not required
Open from: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Blancitalia - The finest in Italian cuisine, complemented by elegant minimalist design and water screens. Specialties include grilled duck salad with balsamic dressing, sautéed shrimp with pesto and Sicilian cheesecake. A la carte dinner; wine cellar
Open from: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Dress code: Casual Elegance
Ladies: Skirt or long pants. Gentlemen: Long pants, shirt or polo. Footwear: No flip flops or tennis shoes.
Blancorient - Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine with Oriental themes; al la carte dinner.
Open from: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Dress code: Casual Elegance
Ladies: Skirt or long pants. Gentlemen: Long pants, shirt or polo. Footwear: No flip flops or tennis shoes.
Blancstage - A la carte gourmet entrees served in an open terrace ambience overlooking the ocean with a bar lounge featuring live music; breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Open from: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Dress code: Casual Elegance
Ladies: Skirt or long pants. Gentlemen: Long pants, shirt or polo. Footwear: No flip flops or tennis shoes.
Snack bars - Throughout the day Blancluna at the lagoon and Blancsol by the beach and pool offer a wide range of salads, burgers, sandwiches and fresh juices.
Open from :10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Bar hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Dress code: Not required
The Le Blanc wine lists
Even the most demanding connoisseur will find the perfect complement to any meal. Our list of included wines is made up of dozens of whites and reds from all over the world: Argentina, Chile, Australia, Italy and France just to name a few. We also offer an additional wine list at extra cost that includes the finest wines in the world.
There were a number of awesome employees. The noticeably hardest worker was Armando as I have mentioned. We also loved Italia - one of the hostesses at the restaurants. Then there was Carlos, Saul, Jorge, Ernesto, Arturo, Salvadore, Daniella, and so many others who were just amazing.
When we go to Sandals we don't tip. We do leave envelopes at RP for our favorite employees. Throughout the week, I would leave a couple dollars for the maid in the morning and evenings. If I asked for extra conditioner, they left a full new supply of shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, and silk therapy. We usually tipped $5 each night for dinner. At breakfast and lunch, it varied - usually 2-3 dollars. We tipped the bellboy who brought up our luggage, the butler, the hostess, and one of the restaurant supervisors because they went above and beyond. Things like our last night, when they served the bananas foster (flambé table side) with the "Come Back Soon" written in chocolate on the plate. I do not think that we received more attention or less attention when we did or didn't tip. All employees went out of their way to make your vacation perfect. They always responded "My Pleasure" and you truly felt they meant it.
We didn't take advantage of any tours, so can't comment in this area.
My wishlist items would be: no bracelets/wrist bands, double sink in bathroom, vanity drawers or more counter space at sink, more drawer space in dresser and desk, larger balcony with sitting area, separate door to divide toilet and shower, Splenda (yellow packet), rafts for the pool, outdoor Jacuzzis, and more lush tropical landscaping.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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- Also Known As:
- Le Blanc Cancun
- Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun
- Le Blanc Mexico
- La Blanc Cancun