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By Michelle da Silva Richmond

Like the rest of the world, we’ve definitely suffered some challenges this past year but we’re happy to announce that we’re ready to get back into the “swing” of things – with some precautions.

For now, celebrations and activity programs will be limited to family/friends traveling together to avoid mingling with other guests. When seated, you can remove your masks while in all of our public areas, however, whenever standing, Government mandates require that you use a face covering. In addition, dancing is discouraged and alcoholic beverages must always be accompanied by food.

With those restrictions in mind, we’ve created a fun-filled roster of evening entertainment for both children and adults. Every evening after dinner we’ll surprise you with a variety of spectacular shows and activities.

On Thursdays for instance, starting at 9 p.m. we’ll host Aquatic Artistry at the Sunset pool where you’ll be treated to a lively spectacle of agile acrobats twisting and turning on a tightrope to live music with dramatic theatrical lighting as a colorful backdrop.

Saturdays at 9 p.m. the Sunset Pool will be the scene of our mesmerizing Fire Show with skilled acrobats performing astonishing choreographed feats throughout.

Specially created for kids, our Spectacular Magic Show is sure to dazzle them with interactive tricks and illusions performed by the renowned Centaury the Magician.

Enjoy a culinary and sensory journey through the Mexico’s history with a time-lapse journey starting with prehistoric times, through the Maya civilization and Spanish Colonial era to the present day at The Table.  While you’re traveling through time, each captivating chapter will be highlighted by a singular dish paired with carefully selected beverages for you to enjoy on your “trip” through time and a 12-course meal.

Sundays at 9 p.m. the Sunset Terrace sizzles with our Mexican Show – a true cultural experience – leading you on a journey through the states of Veracruz, Yucatán, Guerrero, Michoacán and Jalisco while you learn some of Mexico’s history, traditions and folklore, which launched tequila and mariachis into the world. Later, shop at a “tianguis,” or traditional open-air mercado where local artisans sell authentic gifts and mementoes for you to take home as a souvenir of your visit.

For a memorable dining event, be sure to indulge in our state-of-the-art Coral Fire Dinner Show featuring a tasty plated menu and open bar highlighted by a stunning show honoring the four elements: earth, wind, fire and water, complete with special visual effects, lighting and music.

Also featured are Las Vegas-style shows such as the 24 K, World Tour, Glow and others, with a cast of more than 20 professional dancers showcased in a stellar production with special lighting and video effects.

Top off the evening with a visit to the Havana Club where the beat goes on with Tango shows, Salsa lessons and a DJ cranking up 70s and 80s music.

The Lobby Bar and Sunset Beach are other places where music and cool international beverages beckon. Check with the concierge for operating hours.

Throughout, we’ll be complying with our “Travel with Confidence” preventive protocols, which align with the health authorities and Federal and State Government regulations to ensure your safety but we know you’ll have a good time!

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