Book 7 nights and only pay 5, traveling from May 27 to June 30.
Aruba? What could be better? Sun, sea and endless white beaches, with a whisper of sea breeze and an endless tropical dream come true. Paradise Beach Villas is one of those under-rated, quality condominium properties that hook people with friendly service, a stellar location and plenty of sun and fun. If you've never been to Aruba, there's always a good reason to go!
Eagle Beach, one of the most peaceful and quiet on the island, borders the Paradise Beach Villas property with literally miles of powdery white sand. Inside, the condos are tastefully decorated, spacious with central air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, living rooms and space for up to six travelers. Balconies look out over the pool and the sea.
At night, the island comes alive at all kinds of restaurants, nightclubs and show palaces. The resort includes everything for families with kids, and with a salon, BBQ area and nearby casino, it really is an island paradise.
Check-In: 16:00:00 -Check-Out: 11:00:00 hrs.
J.E. Irasquin Boulevard #64 Oranjestad. Aruba
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What can we tell you about Aruba?
The biggest surprise for Royal Holiday travelers is that - unlike lots of tropical, jungle covered islands, Aruba is DRY! Mostly covered in desert, temperatures are in the mid-80sF (about 30C) year round. Just 27 miles offshore from the Venezuelan coast, it's a holiday destination of world renown.
About 100,000 people inhabit the island permanently and 30,000 of them live in the island's capital city. Oranjestad has palm-lined streets pastel-painted, old Dutch designed buildings and plenty of tiny shops, eateries and pubs to choose from.
Oranjestad attracts shoppers from everywhere in the world. Malls and boutiques and shops cater to all of them, and line plenty of streets in the downtown and the Seaport Village areas. The city wharf teems with activity as merchants trade in produce and fresh fish - often right off the boats. Royal Holiday travelers sometimes buy souvenirs in the same market for dollars or local florins and island schooners and houseboats anchored nearby just add to the port's considerable ambiance.
Whether you're arriving by land or sea, Oranjestad has a handful of museums and churches worth a long look, but most travelers come to worship the sun and to drink in the island's unique, luxurious and life-affirming position exactly between both sea and sky.
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Book 7 nights and pay just 5, traveling before May 31.
Just the Vallarta you were after...
Five minutes from the airport, five minutes from the center of Puerto Vallarta and - right on the beach! The Holiday Inn puts you right in the middle of the shops and restaurants, the palm-lined sidewalks and right on the edge of the world-famous bay.
Royal Holiday travelers get a Jr. Suite with two double beds and a sofa bed, plenty big enough for four guests. There's a telephone, air conditioning, satellite TV, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker and in-room strongbox.
Right on-site, there's a sauna, gym, Jacuzzi, beauty shop, several restaurants and a lounge, tennis and basketball courts. Plus you get the full magnificent beach, a big swimming pool, room service, dry cleaning, a travel agency, and everything you need to get more out of your Vallarta vacation.
Check-In: 16:00:00 -Check-Out: 10:00:00 hrs.
Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascencio Km. 3.5, Puerto Vallarta; Jalisco, 48300, México
... the Pacific always remembers.
Beautiful Puerto Vallarta is still one of the very top recipients of international tourists in Mexico, easily beating all others on the mainland Pacific coast. Famous since the filming of the 1964 classic "Night of the Iguana," Ava Gardener and Richard Burton never had it so good. Vallarta still shelters an air of the sultry, the exotic and the redemptive. That's just part of what makes it so popular with Royal Holiday travelers.
In addition to the perfect bay and beaches, visitors pour in for the whale watching, the landscape and the perfect balance between man and nature. The city, which has grown by leaps and bounds, is well managed if not always perfectly ecologically balanced. Ecotourism and related attractions continue to outpace more traditional seaside activities though there are plenty of those too. Sightseeing excursions, art exhibitions, sailing, shopping and plenty of nightlife make it as fun a vacation spot as any on Earth.
Puerto Vallarta has hosted Royal Holiday travelers since the club's founding in the early 1980s. More club members visit more steadfastly than anywhere except Cancun and many would not think of traveling anywhere else.
Book 5 nights, pay for just 4 and get a free room upgrade
The Park Royal Buenos Aires invites Royal Holiday travelers to a privileged location in the very heart of downtown Buenos Aires. Just a few steps from the famous San Martin Square, it’s also walking distance to the new Puerto Madero business district. With loads of nightlife, restaurants, theaters, art galleries and exclusive shopping, it’s a city hotel within easy distance to everything in the city. With world-famous Park Royal service throughout - and attention to detail that make it that much better, guests take to spacious suites, satellite TV, air conditioning, and coffee maker. And the Argentine capital - all of it - is just outside and waiting to be experienced.
Check-In: 15:00:00 -Check-Out: 12:00:00 hrs.
Suipacha 1092, C1008AAV, Buenos Aires
Where was Buenos Aires in the 20th Century?
Complicated, complex, energetic, and seductive, most English speakers had barely given it a thought before the banking crisis of the 1990s. Yet- there was always an allure, a mystery and an attraction. You know it's cosmopolitan, exotic, exciting - even if you can't name a single Argentina landmark.
When Royal Holiday memberships in South America started to take off, so too did demand for this, one of the premier world capitals in the Americas. For the past ten years, we've been sending excited, anxious travelers from the world over to experience the Buenos Aires of the legends, of the twentieth century and of today.
It's the capital and the bulwark of that incredible Argentinian character. It's also affordable, beautiful year-round and something you'll definitely want to tell your friends about. June and July low temperatures reach into the mid 40sF, (6-8C) and December-January highs reach the mid 80sF (27-30C).
As legendary poet and Buenos Aires native, Jorge Luis Borges said:
Hard to believe Buenos Aires had any beginning.
I feel it to be as eternal as air and water.
Reserve 3 nights and just pay 2, traveling from August 17 to September 30.
Discover the haven on Puerto Rico's exotic, undiscovered south coast. Hidden away on 16 acres of lush landscape, you can find a leisurely vacation of tranquil bliss or a great adventure filled with natural wonder. Be immediately impressed by Copamarina's large, comfortable rooms; all with airconditioning, satellite TV, mini-fridge, coffeemaker, hair dryer and more. Dive into the turquoise waters. Copamarina offers freshwater pools with jacuzzi, tennis courts, a private beach and water sports from windsurfing to kayaking.
Road 333 Km 6.5, Caña Gorda, P.O. Box 805 Guánica, PR 00653-0805, Puerto Rico
Guánica, in the southwest of Puerto Rico, is a tranquil, peaceful and jungle-laden corner of the Caribbean. Famous for Guánica’s “Dry Forest”, a UN biosphere reserve, the area is primarily covered in far wetter tropical rainforests. It’s a vacation paradise that’s close, comfortable and completely off the beaten track.
With the original Gilligan's Island just off the coast, Royal Holiday visitors take to the pristine waters for snorkeling and kayaking and of course, taking in the sun. With nearby ferry service to the islands, and excellent restaurants it’s easy to spend a day hiking, swimming and boating and then enjoying an evening of Caribbean candlelight and ocean breezes.
One of the only wineries in the Caribbean is here, too. But after all, most Royal Holiday travelers come in for an un-beatable experience of the beautiful Caribbean sea. Far from the more heavily touristed beaches in and around San Juan, Guánica is famous for the Balneario Caña Gorda and the beaches at Jaboncillo and Playa Tamarindo. All unspoiled, these stretches of pristine golden sand go on for miles and the sea is clear and inviting.
Book 7 nights for the Price of 5! Traveling from July 1st to December 18.
The Caribe Club Princess, but 20 minutes from the airport, is in the heart of Playa Bavaro, Punta Cana. One of the most beautiful beaches in Dominican Republic, the Caribe Club Princess is All-Inclusive, with a pool, refreshements, discotheque, coffee shop, diving classes, tennis, snorkeling, garden, volleyball, nightly shows and restaurants and lounges.
All rooms are air conditioned, with a balcony, satellite TV, coffee maker, minibar, telephone, strong box and ceiling fan. The Caribe Club Princess is an affordable favorite for Royal Holiday travelers from the world over. Some dash in for a long weekend, but taking in a full week gives you first hand access to some of the Caribbean's best-loved beach.
Playas de Bávaro, Higüey, Punta Cana, República Dominicana
Punta Cana is part of the newly created Punta Cana-Bávaro-Veron-Macao municipal district in La Altagracia, the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic. The area is best known for its beaches and balnearios, which face both the Caribbean and Atlantic, and it has been a popular tourist destination since the 1970s. To the north, it borders the village and beach of Cabeza de Toro, and then the Bávaro and El Cortecito beaches. The nearest city, the 500-year-old capital of the Province Higüey, is 45 kilometers away, and it takes about an hour to drive there.
Punta Cana-Bávaro's resorts show an eclectic variety of architecture and interior design inspired by Spanish and native Dominican cultures. Areas bordering Punta Cana include Cap Cana to the south and the original tiny fishing-village of Cabo San Rafael. 100 meters high cliff is located more to the south, near of Boca de Yuma town, a fishing village dated from the 16th century. Nearby, you can find the Ponce de Leon's Fortress, in San Rafael del Yuma town. This is one of the most isolated area within the La Altagracia Province though.
The province's 100 kilometers coastline tends to be mildly windy. The ocean waters are mainly shallows, with several natural marine pools in which visitors can bathe without any danger.
Book 7 nights and only pay 4, traveling from August 1 to October 29.
Cozumel's most happening holiday...
The Park Royal Cozumel is a new All-Inclusive resort on the most perfect island in the Caribbean.
It's also among the most popular of the Royal Holiday "Club Resorts" - open to Royal Holiday members who return year after year. Outstanding, award-winning architecture and interior design grace a private beachfront & solarium, infinity pools, two oceanfront whirlpools, a gym, kids' club, and Mexican & Italian specialty restaurants.
Rooms are spacious, with air conditioning, 27" flat screen satellite TV - and private balconies in every room feature ocean, garden and pool views that have been known to melt hearts. Suites boast even more lavish terraces.
Just 20 minutes from the Cozumel Airport and 10 minutes from downtown, the Park Royal Cozumel is inland from one of the most important coral reefs in the area and the perfect snorkeling spot.
Playa Paraíso km. 3.5, Carretera a Chankanaab, Cozumel, Quintana Roo, 77600, México
Caribbean... and then some.
Cozumel is legendary for the sun drenched, unblemished natural landscape combined with all of Mexico's charming, inviting and comforting culture.
Cozumel is reachable via numerous international flights from North America, as well as by bus and ferry from the airport in Cancun and other points on the mainland. Almost completely flat, most of the island is covered by jungle, and every stay here is remarkable, bright, vibrant and fulfilling.
Super kid-friendly, it's also the perfect island for adventure, scuba and snorkeling, and frequent cruise ship stop-overs (up to 11 ships will dock on some days). Scooters, Jeeps and even more interesting vehicles are available for rent at points all over the island, perfect for exploring and getting even further into everything Cozumel has to offer.
The only natural Sea Turtle sanctuary on the Riviera Maya is at Akumal Bay, just minutes down the coast and most of the island is a natural reserve of protected land set aside for wildlife. That can include a huge variety of birds, caimans (small crocodiles) and no one leaves the island without noticing the resident population of iguanas.
Book 7 nights, just pay 5, traveling from July 1st to December 18.
Book 7 nights for the Price of 4! Traveling on September and October.
Another long-time favorite with Royal Holiday travelers from decades gone by, the Park Royal Los Cabos has been receiving enthusiastic, even devoted members since the 1980s. Many of them travel here every year - year after year.
Literally straddling the Los Cabos Fonatur Golf Course, the resort offers a first class restaurant, Jacuzzis, two heavenly swimming pools, spacious terraces and equipped kitchenettes. Full service, you also get air conditioning, satellite color TV and on-site laundry, parking, car & motorcycle rentals, and easy access to fishing and whale watching exhibitions.
Guests can purchase day passes to the nearby Ola Gran Faro for full use of the facilities including meals, buffet lunches, snacks and domestic beverages. Come see what makes the Park Royal Los Cabos so popular with guests from all over the world.
The on-site Restaurant is currently undergoing renovations thru May 7th approximately. Work hours are scheduled from 9 am to 6 pm. Noise and dust can be expected. The Restaurant will provide regular operations with the possibility of closing without prior notice.
Retorno Playa Añuiti No.27, Col. Campo de Golf, San José del Cabo, Baja California, 23400, México.
The two towns of Los Cabos, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are famous the world over for the intriguing, startling and thought provoking combination of ocean, desert and mountains. We might add the super charming colonial look and feel of San Jose del Cabo, or even the sometimes hyper-modernity of Cab San Lucas.
San Jose del Cabo, the decidedly more tranquil of the two towns of Los Cabos, is an artsy, sophisticated and very laid back town. Loads of coffee shops meet galleries, boutiques and fancy little eateries, and all in a setting sure to stand out in your memory. The play of the elements, atmosphere and never-ending natural beauty, make it one of the most popular places of the Baja California peninsula. It’s a chic alternative to the much more touristed Cabo San Lucas.
Very few beaches on the peninsular are truly safe for swimming, so Royal Holiday guests shack up in the Park Royal Los Cabos for outstanding service and lots of room, and many of them stay literally two to three weeks every year. Vacations include desert hikes, chartered van trips to Cabo San Lucas and all kinds of boat trips, to see the famous arch, the whales and the dolphins.
With miles of rugged coast and beach facing the always dramatic Gulf of California, a vacation here usually includes long days at sea as well as long drives into the desert. Less than a two-hour flight from LAX, it's also a truly exceptional family vacation spot, a golf paradise and, yes, a remarkable natural landscape.
Book 7 nights and pay just 5, traveling on September and October.
The Park Plaza Resort - in the heart of the Utah ski region - is a unique, natural and outdoor environment guaranteed to inspire.
Though it fills up in the winter ski season, the warmer months are a terrific time to see and experience some of the greatest peaks, valleys and forests in the Rocky Mountains.
The Park Plaza condominiums come in four different sizes - from Studios on up to Presidential Suites big enough for seven guests. The covered swimming pool is open year round, as are the sauna and Jacuzzi - and the barbecue areas.
In summer months, the resort will even pull you and your mountain bike up the mountain via cable car so you can enjoy just the downhill ride.
2060 Sidewinder Drive, Park City, Utah, 84060, USA
Park City, Utah has exactly what you need for the perfect ski vacation. Things like three world-class winter resorts, Deer Valley Resort, The Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort, within minutes of each other, over 9,000 acres of skiable terrain and 350 annual inches of the "Greatest Snow on Earth." Add to these appealing statistics a silver mining town brimming with Park City history and charm - not to mention over 100 restaurants and bars, dozens of shops and galleries and enough events, live concerts and performing arts.
Create your own winter tale at Park City Mountain Resort-and experience unparalleled adventure for the whole family. Explore a mountain of memories with our unique Signature Runs and experience the thrill of advanced terrain. Abundance of powder-filled bowls, stunning peaks, three award-winning terrain parks, and up to 50 immaculately groomed runs offers you and your family plenty of adventure.
Book 7 nights and just pay for 5, traveling on September and October.
The High Point World Resort is perfectly situated just outside the entrance to Walt Disney World. What's more? It's also one of the most popular condominium resorts with Royal Holiday travelers in the entire United States.
Town home style condominiums offer spacious lodging with air conditioning in Ambassador and Royal Suites. Complete with TV, telephone and plenty of room to enjoy, this is not your run of the mill Florida hotel. Fully equipped kitchens come complete with a breakfast bar plus microwave, dishwasher and everything to make your stay one to remember.
Outside, the resort boasts tennis courts, a spa, barbecue areas, Jacuzzi, a sparkling swimming pool and a playground that's perfect for tykes.
Check-In: 17:00:00 -Check-Out: 10:00:00 hrs.
2951 High Point Blvd., Kissimmee, Florida, 34747, USA.
Fifty years ago Orlando was but a high spot in the Everglades. Today it's a big Royal Holiday favorite especially for members with kids and grandkids. Of course, that's mostly because it's known worldwide as the Theme Park Capital of the Universe.
Disney's Magic Kingdom opened in 1971 and since then there've been such a succession of parks that kids heads actually spin. Epcot Center opened in 1982, then Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Disney's Blizzard Beach soon followed. In addition there are Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure, plus Wet 'n Wild, the SeaWorld Orlando Resort and Aquatica, Discovery Cove and the newest, Legoland Florida which opened in 2011.
The nearby port in Cape Canaveral means Orlando is also a popular stop-over point for people leaving on cruises to points all over the Caribbean. But there are plenty of things to do and see in and all around Orlando.
Downtown Disney offers an amazing variety of shops and restaurants, and greater Orlando is loaded with things to see and do. There's never been another place like it and Royal Holiday has been sending members to Orlando for more than a quarter century.
Book 7 nights, just pay 5, traveling from July 1st to August 31.
One of the classic "practically free" Club Resorts in the Royal Holiday collection, the Park Royal Club Cala is visited by members who return year after year after year.
Renovated in 2012, it's 5 minutes walk to the marina and just a little further to the beach, the beach club, the 16 restaurants and the casino, country club and spa.
One, two and big three-bedroom units are all equipped with charming kitchenettes and nearby supermarkets and shopping make it easy to stay and enjoy. New duvet covers cover luxury hotel bedding and the resort is fitted with a big, sun-drenched swimming pool, deck and kids playground. Come see why it's a favorite and experience a whole new side of the Caribbean.
270 Harbour Dr., Humacao, 00791, Puerto Rico
High on the southeast coast of Puerto Rico, but 20 minutes from Humacao, and 45 minutes across the island from San Juan the Caribbean is as turquoise and brilliant here as anywhere in the Caribbean basin. The largest master-planned community in the Caribbean, the resort is 2,750 acres of beachfront, palm trees and 25 different neighborhoods.
With a world class equestrian center (and horseback riding on the beach), two golf courses and 20 tennis courts, it’s a jet-set resort that’s a long time favorite with Royal Holiday travelers from the world over.
Royal Holiday-ers enjoy 16 restaurants, a casino and a country club with spa. Of course, there’s a beach club, and 24 hour security and access control.
Much of Puerto Rico is reporting near 100% occupancy and the island continues it's streak to the top of the Caribbean vacation market. Guests arrive from Miami in two hours or from Chicago in just about 4.5 hours.
Under-rated. Quiet. Enchanting and totally wide open, the Park Royal Ixtapa is a jealously guarded secret among Royal Holiday travelers, many of whom return year after year.
A long (300 m) stretch of Pacific coast beach, a swim-up bar in the massive swimming pool, stunning solarium - all set up in a quiet, fully developed and ultra-comfortable international resort town.
Three restaurants and four lounges - plus a deck lounge for refreshments - mean that you never go wanting. The twin towns of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo offer plenty for anyone wanting to venture out. The landscape is a natural paradise to explore inland with golf courses, extensive and exciting bike trails and a world-class yacht marina.
Blvd. Ixtapa Lote 5-A, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, 40884, México
Ixtapa is a quiet secret among Royal Holiday jet-setters. Established, refined, extensive - it's just not prominent in the English speaking beach lovers set. About halfway between Manzanillo and Acapulco on the same rugged Pacific coast, Iztapa is a planned resort community, with the nearby fishing village - Zihuatanejo - thrown in for charm.
16 miles of golden beaches grace the coast, and as Ixtapa is still far more popular with families from other parts of Mexico, low season is long and dreamy year after year. Only part of the coast is punctuated by luxury hotels. Two fantastic championship golf courses, extensive bike trails and horseback riding make it some of the most fun and refreshing coast anywhere. There's still plenty of nature - and the occasional crocodile - to go around.
Of course, on the sea, there are even more ways to enjoy yourself. The world famous marina on the northern end of the Ixtapa hotel zone hosts a number of charter and boat rental outfits, and the beaches are frequented by smaller craft happy to whisk visitors out to Ixtapa Island. An afternoon in one the Ixtapa's area's most pristine natural environments includes numerous unique beaches and shallow water pools perfect for swimming and snorkeling and all connected by secluded island footpaths.
Royal Holiday members frequently adopt Ixtapa as their home away from home and come back to visit every year. In Prime Season, it's one elegant party after another, and the rest of the year, it's just a perfectly relaxing and beautiful natural get away.
Book 7 nights and only pay 5
Legendary is the only word for it. At the very base of the majestic Camelback Mountain, the Scottsdale Camelback Resort is at home in 11 acres of perfectly manicured gardens.
Just 10 minutes from Phoenix and bordering exclusive Paradise Valley, the Scottsdale Camelback Resort puts you within easy walking distance to Fashion Square Mall and Old Towne Scottsdale.
Spacious contemporary southwestern style villas come complete with fully equipped kitchens, whirlpool bath, fireplace, private patio or balcony, air conditioning, cable TV, voicemail, and a washer/dryer.
Outside of the villa there are indoor and outdoor whirlpool spas, a dry heat sauna, a 1000 sq. ft. fitness and massage center, indoor racquetball court, private theater, heated outdoor swimming pool, children’s pool, three lighted tennis courts, putting green, miniature golf course, children’s playground, grilling stations, horseshoe pit area, and croquet course. It’s among the most popular locations for Royal Holiday travelers, but you have got to visit to really see why.
6302 East Camelback Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251, EUA.
Why go to Scottsdale?
The classic answer was always "For the climate." Dry desert heat does wonders for your spirit and your comfort - any time of year. Like every cliche, there's more than a little truth to this one, and if you haven't experienced Scottsdale's year round pleasant, comfortable temperatures, you're in for a real treat.
Scottsdale gets 7 million visitors every year. A good number of them are Royal Holiday members.
They come for the restaurants, the unique outdoor lifestyle, the 12 mile long Greenbelt that includes four city parks loaded with outdoor things to do. And they come for the 174 golf courses that host far more tournaments than anywhere else in the USA.
Add in a true wealth of spas, galleries, restaurants, boutiques and attractions and Old Town Scottsdale is a unique, accommodating and attractive place to shop. Nearby Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art means you can also challenge your thinking a little, and make it a truly well-rounded vacation destination.
Book 7 nights for the Price of 5! Traveling on September and October
"We'll be out on the Cape all week..."
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it? There's never a bad time for Cape Cod. In the heart of Hyannis with top notch shopping, acclaimed restaurants and concerts that happen all year round, it's a holiday whenever you're ready to get there. And Royal Holiday travelers are arriving from near and far, year round.
Cape Winds Resort condominiums are cute, quaint and fully loaded with one or two bedrooms and private balconies, and free WiFi throughout. An excellent working vacation in the off-season, at the height of summer, there is always a lot going on. The kitchen comes complete with a dishwasher and everything you need to set up shop for the week. Onsite, there's large heated pool, whirlpool and clubhouse!
657 W. Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601, USA.
“The three great elemental sounds in nature are the sound of rain, the sound of wind in a primeval wood, and the sound of outer ocean on a beach.”
- Henry Beston; The Outermost House: A Year of Life On The Great Beach of Cape Cod
The important thing to remember on Cape Cod is that going "Up Cape" means going south on the Cape and going Down Cape means going north. That, and that Royal Holiday travelers go year round. Cape Cod is always a seaside adventure; quizzical, ponderous, elemental and re-assuring. The Cape is for reflecting and re-connecting.
Royal Holiday travelers visit the Cape for more than traditional wind-swept beach picnics. There are truly elegant restaurants, charming villages and plenty of outstanding natural sea-shores to visit. 15 distinct towns - and some smaller villages - each provide memorable and often enchanting adventures, and - as they say - getting there is half the fun.
The very height of New England, the Cape welcomes Royal Holiday travelers to some of the north east's most formidable ocean front.
Reserve 4 nights, pay only for 3, traveling from on August.
Your apartment in the heart of sunny Madrid, Royal Holiday members have been living it up in the city center for years now. Imagine getting this kind of service in some kind of hotel by the train station!
With a fully equipped kitchen, mini-bar, TV and in-room strong box, you can choose between a lavish studio, or ultra comfortable one or two bedroom units. Every room is light, bright and fantastic.
Check-In: 14:00:00 -Check-Out: 12:00:00 hrs.
Comandante Zorita 27-31, Madrid 28020, España
Royal Holiday’s European Capitals Collection would be sadly incomplete without Madrid. A treasure of heraldry, and a long, long human history make it a must-stop for any visit to Europe, but memory in Madrid is a long unfolding process. There may even be lots to remember on your very first visit.
Royal Holiday travelers come for the history, for the style and for the design, architecture and the ambiance. Madrid is perpetually sunny, ever-optimistic and loaded with sites, sounds, action, adventure and intrigue.
Summers tend toward the hot and dry, and winters toward the absolutely exhilarating. In the mid 40s F (6-7C) during the day and nights are inexpressibly beautiful. Happily, spring and autumn both come alive with a bit more rain but it’s still high season. Royal Holiday members arrive for the spirit of the city, the hundreds of things to do, and places to visit.
For fantastic food, nightlife and a crazy mix of old and new, Madrid is perfect for the adventure seeker. Seven nights can also be spent in tranquil harmony, utter peace and relaxing luxury. Royal Holiday travelers take to the city’s award winning and extensive transit system, but you’re just as likely to find them in some of the many elegant haunts for which Madrid is famous.