Palace Resorts is offering guests up to $2,500 in resort credits—so how can guests use them? The opportunities seem endless.

First, here is how the credits break down: Guests staying three nights earn $500 in resort credits. Those staying four nights receive $750. Travelers staying between five and eight nights will get $1,500 and those who stay between nine and 11 nights receive $2,000 to spend around the resort. If guests plan to stay more than 12 nights, they receive $2,500.


Credit can be spent around the resort on just about anything guests want.

There is no limit on the amount of money guests can use for gastronomic experiences. Those who want to drop cash on prime cuts of steak, lobster dinners, wine and beer upgrades, can use an unlimited amount of their resort credit to do so.

Couples can also use their resort credit for special dinners such as a romantic evening for two, a Chef’s Dinner prepared before their eyes and exclusive wine tastings.

Additionally, visitors can use their resort credits to pay for golf, scuba and tours, including dolphin swims and select items from the gift shop.

Tours run the gamut and include trips to archaeological sites such as Chichen Itza and Tulum, sunset tours and snorkeling. Guests can also choose adrenaline filled pursuits like Flyboarding, hoverboard rides, ziplining and Jetpack rides.

Palace Resorts also provide guests with the chance to visit Cozumel, river tube in Jamaica, travel to Konoko Falls, take a chocolate tour, see stingrays and more.

Resort credits for golf are valid toward regular price rounds and lessons at the Moon Palace Golf Academy in Mexico but cannot be used for club or shoe rentals or the purchase of other products.

For scuba diving, resort credits can be used at Cozumel Palace for a two-tank dive for certified divers. Beginners and non-certified divers can take advantage of Discover Scuba Diving. At Isla Mujeres Palace, resort credits can be used for a one-tank dive and for Discover Scuba Diving.

Guests can use part of their resort credit to pay for spa and beauty treatments. Stays of three nights earn $100 for a spa and beauty treatments. Guests staying at the Grand receive $150. The longer the stay, the more guests can spend. Guests staying longer than 12 nights can use up to $500 for spa treatments. At the Grand, that increases to $800.

Resort credits are per room, per reservation, and reservations for services must be made upon arrival and are subject to availability.