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Thread: What's the difference between a palapa and a cabana?

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    What's the difference between a palapa and a cabana?

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    nothing really
    they are called many things

    chickees
    palapas
    shade huts
    cabanas
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    The Radisson does happen to have both Cabanas and Palapas.

    Palapas on the beach, can be reserved free of charge at 4 pm for the following day.


    The cabanas, as pictured below, are only poolside and there is a charge of $25 per day for the cabana. The cabana can be used the entire day and comes with a cooler with bottled water. The Radisson also has large umbrellas around the pool area which are complimentary, first come first served.
    Last edited by Arubalisa; 02-07-2013 at 12:35 PM.

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