The Moon Palace rests on a white sand beach on the azure Caribbean Sea. — Photo courtesy of Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort
Looking for a once in a lifetime vacation experience? Look no further than the Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort in Cancun. This luxury all-inclusive hotel has created a new resort category: "awe-inclusive", and to prove it, on December 29, 2012, Seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist Usher will perform a concert at the resort, which will be free, yes free, to guests staying at the Moon Palace, Beach Palace, Sun Palace, Playacar Palace and Le Blanc Spa Resort (with reservations of five nights or longer staying through December 29, 2012). So, as long as the world doesn't end on December 21 (don't worry, according to local Mayan experts it won't) this will be an incredible event!
Palace Resorts is the first resort chain to present international artists and world-class entertainment. Past acts include Shakira, Jon Secada, Enrique Iglesias and the Broadway hit, Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy. However, Usher, the latest addition to this list, is the biggest artist yet.
Usher will perform at the Moon Palace on December 29, 2012 — Photo courtesy of Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort
Usher is one of the top-selling artists in American music history. This "triple threat" performer (singer, dancer and actor) rose to fame in the late 1990s with his first Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit, "Nice & Slow." Usher released his eagerly-anticipated seventh album Looking 4 Myself in June.
Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort is located on a white sand beach about 15 minutes south of downtown Cancun and far from its busy Hotel Zone. The resort boasts 2,400 guest rooms and villa suites. Its many swimming pools include two children’s pools, the Golf Club pool, six Jacuzzis and four swim-up bars. Additional amenities include a water sports marina, a world-class spa and a fully equipped fitness center.
Seating for the Usher concert at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort includes three sections: reserved seating in Gold ($150), Platinum ($300) and Diamond ($350). For additional information on ticketing, visit the Palace Resorts’ homepage.