Palace Resorts Debuts KidZania Go! at Cancun Property

Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort’s convention center will function as an indoor theme park all summer By: Sean Stroh
Moon Palace Arena’s convention center has been transformed. // © 2016 Palace Resorts
Moon Palace Arena’s convention center has been transformed. // © 2016 Palace Resorts

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Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort

Palace Resorts’ Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun has transformed the property’s convention center into KidZania Go!, an interactive play paradise that recently debuted as a part of the all-inclusive resort’s annual summer programming.

The indoor theme park, which has other global locations, lets children select an occupation, uncover what the career entails and earn “kidZos,” the official currency of KidZania Go!. The kidZos can then be spent on a variety of products and services. The convention center features 30 different simulated businesses, such as a supermarket, a bank, a beauty salon and a culinary school.

All participants are led by trained professionals who provide guidance and motivation during the immersive experience.

“Families appreciate that there is truly something for everyone when staying at a Palace Resorts property,” said Gibran Chapur, executive vice president of Palace Resorts. “KidZania Go! is the latest addition to our family-focused offerings, and we look forward to providing yet another unforgettable experience this summer that celebrates the unlimited possibilities for our young guests.”

Admission for KidZania Go! is $85 for each child ages 4 to 12 and $55 per adult. Guests can also use their resort credits toward the purchase of admission.

The center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and runs until Aug. 17.

Families traveling to any Palace Resorts location this summer can also take advantage of the popular Kids Stay Free promotion for travel through Aug. 31. The discount applies to children 12 and younger, all of whom can stay, play and eat for free.