Catalonia Royal Tulum in Riviera Maya, Mexico Offers Spa Savings
Riviera Maya’s Premier adults-only all-inclusive resort offers discounted prices and complimentary spa treatment with the purchase of any 80 minute massage in the month of September
Catalonia Royal Tulum Resort and Spa, the Caribbean’s premier adults-only resort, has a special offer with its Spectacular September Spa Package. Throughout September, the hotel’s full service Alegria Spa is offering their 50-minute Infinite Holistic Massage for a discounted price of only $73.00. Normally priced at $105.00, the Infinite Holistic Massage is a combination of a number of different massage techniques specially designed to help you recuperate the equilibrium of both body and mind for the ultimate rejuvenation experience.
In addition, with the purchase of any of their luxurious 80-minute massages, such as the Purificación Maya Massage, an ancient massage technique using herbal compresses to obtain a complete relaxation, the spa is offering 1 complimentary treatment of your choice from the following great gift options: Pedicure, Aromatic Facial, or Aqua Lounge.
The Alegria Spa by Catalonia features treatments centered around the indigenous essences and resources of the Mayan region and celebrates the rich culture and spirituality of the Mayan people. Set away from general resort facilities in a natural habitat of native jungle trees, endemic plants, mangroves, cenotes and water springs, the spa is an oasis of calm. Alegria’s concept and philosophy is based upon the traditional Mexican healing methods in which the properties of fire and water are combined to purify the mind, body and soul, and the treatments and therapies promote relaxation and restoration.
The 288-room resort, situated on the northeastern area of the Yucatan Peninsula, is surrounded by natural Mayan vegetation of native jungle trees, indigenous plants, mangroves and cenotes. Catalonia Royal Tulum is 20 minutes away from the Tulum Archeological Zone, one of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites.
The ruins are located on 39-foot cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo. A large number of cenotes are located in the Tulum Archeological Zone area such as Maya Blue, Naharon, Temple of Doom, Tortuga, Vacaha, Gand Cenote, Abejas, Nohoch Kiin and Carwash cenotes and cave systems. The ancient ruins are the third most-visited archaeological site in Mexico and the site is also popular for its picturesque views of the Caribbean. It was this setting rich in history and natural resources that inspired Catalonia Royal Tulum to employ an environmental policy to protect the Mayan legacy featuring proactive and sustainable practices executed throughout the resort.