7 Standout Resorts Opening in the Mexican Caribbean

by Jessica Montevago
7 Standout Resorts Opening in the Mexican Caribbean

Kasa Hotel Riviera Maya is one of the new resorts coming to the Mexican Caribbean. 


Bustling tourist hotspots Cancun and Riviera Maya, in Quintana Roo, Mexico, are two of the Caribbean’s hottest hotel markets. More than 6,000 rooms are already in the pipeline for the Cancun hotel zone, which currently has more than 37,000 rooms, according to the National Tourism Promotion Fund (Fonatur).

Here are some of the exciting properties opening in the first and second quarters of this year.

Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun

new resort mexico cancun 2020

This March, travelers can “Vacation Like a Star” at the new Planet Hollywood property in Costa Mujeres, complete with authentic Hollywood memorabilia and themed experiences. The property has 322 adult rooms and 566 family rooms, as well as four swimming pools, a lazy river, trampoline park, kids/teens club, and a mini-golf course.

Dreams Vista Cancun Resort & Spa

mexico cancun new resorts 2020

Arriving in April, this hotel is set in the exclusive gated community of Puerta del Mar, with 416 ocean-view rooms and suites, including 185 connecting family suites. Family-friendly amenities include a rooftop pool, two surf pools, an outdoor theater and climbing wall.

Margaritaville Island Reserve by Karisma Riviera Cancún

mexico new resorts 2020

Margaritaville will debut its first all-inclusive resort experience in March, bringing its casual-luxe aesthetic inspired by the Jimmy Buffett lifestyle to Puerto Morelos. The intimate beachfront property will have 148 guestrooms, including swim-up rooms and oceanfront suites, the brand’s signature eateries and four swimming pools.

The Fives Oceanfront Puerto Morelos

mexico resorts 2020

The Fives Hotels will open its hotel-residence concept in Puerto Morelos this summer, boasting a modern Mexican design and 94 one-, two- and three-bedroom suites. A Private Beach Club with cabanas and sun loungers sits along the coast of the Caribbean Sea, and the outdoor infinity pool and restaurants overlook the turquoise-blue waters.

Now Natura Riviera Cancun

mexico new resorts cancun

Inspired by elements of nature, the 553-room Now Natura Riviera Cancun will arrive in March, featuring a lazy river, exotic fish ponds and The Now Spa by Pevonia, designed to look like the region’s cenotes. Guests can also lounge by the infinity pool complete with a waterslide.

Barceló Maya Riviera

mexico new resorts 2020

Recently opened, Barceló Maya Riviera – Adults joins the five-star, 850-room complex, made up of Barceló Maya Palace, Barceló Maya Beach, Barceló Maya Caribe, Barceló Maya Colonial, and Barceló Maya Tropical hotels. It also boasts Riviera Maya’s largest convention center.

KASA Hotel Riviera Maya

new mexico resorts 2020

A change of pace from the massive resorts, KASA Hotel Collection will bring its luxury boutique concept to Puerto Aventuras this June. The intimate property of 47 rooms offers a relaxed yet upscale ambience and personalized service.

  0
  0
Articles
Tourism Organizations Unite to Create Coalition for the Future of Tourism Amid COVID-19

Tourism Organizations Unite to Create Coalition for the Future of Tourism Amid COVID-19

Six organizations came together earlier this month to form The Future of Tourism Coalition, with the goal to place destinations at the center of recovery strategies.

Caribbean Destinations Prepare to Reopen Borders to Tourists

Caribbean Destinations Prepare to Reopen Borders to Tourists

Aruba, Saint Lucia, and The Bahamas are readying to welcome travelers this summer. 

Delta CEO: Recovery Could Be Longer than Expected but ‘We Are Confident’ People Will Travel Again

Delta CEO: Recovery Could Be Longer than Expected but ‘We Are Confident’ People Will Travel Again

“While the path to recovery may take several years, there are many aspects to this crisis that will make us a better, stronger, and more resilient airline,” Ed Bastian said.

Despite COVID-19, Earth Day Still an ‘Essential’ Milestone for Travel Industry

Despite COVID-19, Earth Day Still an ‘Essential’ Milestone for Travel Industry

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the Treadright Foundation held its first ever Q&A session on Instagram Live with the granddaughter of Jacques Yves Cousteau to discuss what’s next for travel sustainability.

7 Standout Resorts Opening in the Mexican Caribbean

7 Standout Resorts Opening in the Mexican Caribbean

The properties range from boutique to 850 rooms, with some catering to adults only and others with family-friendly amenities.

Preferred Hotels Plans 20 Hotel Openings This Year

Preferred Hotels Plans 20 Hotel Openings This Year

From glitzy West Hollywood to the undiscovered beaches of Tuscany to Mumbai’s bustling city, these independent properties uniquely feature their local cultures.

Currently No Articles Exist for Destinations & Products and Articles
Videos and Webinars
What Can Advisors Do When Suppliers Aren't Honoring Commission Payment Schedules? | MasterAdvisor Session 5
Currently No Articles Exist for Destinations & Products and Webinars
Currently No Articles Exist for Destinations & Products and Tips for Travelers

 

87

% consider Well-Being Travel information a must or more important than ever for every traveler

60

% of advisors say they want suppliers to provide specific examples of sustainable and meaningful travel policies in action

649

Billion dollars is the size of the wellness travel market