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Mexico: High-profile entertainers power new Cancun nightclub

February 12, 2013|By Rosemary McClure
  • Usher kicks off his 2013 tour at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico.
Usher kicks off his 2013 tour at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun,… (Palace Resorts )

Three former "Saturday Night Live" comedians plus soft-rock Air Supply musicians will spice up the night at the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico, where expanded entertainment opportunities include a new nightclub named Noir and performances by internationally known entertainers.

The all-inclusive mega-resort, which has hosted Shakira, Jon Secada, Enrique Iglesias and Usher, is to feature performances by "SNL" comics Jon Lovitz, Chris Katten and Tim Meadows on Saturday and Sunday.

Air Supply guitarist Graham Russell and lead vocalist and songwriter Russell Hitchcock are to appear March 22 and 23. Resort guests receive complimentary tickets to the shows.

Noir, the resort's new $2-million nightclub, was conceived by French designer Francois Frossard and inspired by the film “Tron." The club's onyx tone is offset by alabaster sofas and deep-cushioned booths.

"Every year, Moon Palace strives to provide our hotel guests with the ultimate all-inclusive experience," said Gibran Chapur, executive vice president of Palace Resorts. "There is something for everyone at Moon Palace, from our new wave simulator to our brand new nightclub."

The resort is on Cancun's south shore and has more than 2,400 water- and garden-view rooms or golf villa suites. There are two children’s pools, 27 holes of golf, a golf club pool, six Jacuzzis and four swim-up bars.

The property also includes 15 restaurants and nightly entertainment at 16 bars and lounges. 

All-inclusive accommodations start at $171 per person per night, based on double occupancy.

Info: Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort, (800) 635-1836

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