What’s new in Mexico? – Hotel

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INTERNATIONAL REPORT — Nickelodeon Resort Opens in Riviera Maya, Hyatt Hotels Corp. adds to its portfolio in Mexico and resorts unveil renovations. Here’s a look at what’s going on in Mexico.

Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya to open in 2019

Karisma Hotels & Resorts and Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN), a division of Viacom Inc., will open Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya in 2019.

Representing the first and only Nickelodeon Gourmet Inclusive Resort in Mexico, the property is the second in the collection of five-star experiential resorts, after Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana. Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya will feature water attractions, ocean view suites and private pools, memorable character experiences, and premium cuisine as part of Karisma’s Gourmet Inclusive experience.

Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya will offer 276 beachfront Pad Suites and Flat Suites, as well as four signature Nickelodeon-themed Penthouses perched on the top floor of two modern six-story buildings. The Penthouses are designed according to Nickelodeon’s favorite content and characters, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and SpongeBob SquarePants.

The property’s entertainment epicenter will be Aqua Nick, offering nearly 500,000 square feet of family entertainment with activities such as lazy river, slides, water park, interactive water play area for all- small and mini relaxation pools. Lockers, bathrooms, showers and towel service will also be available on site.

At Nickelodeon Place, the heart of Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya, guests can meet and mingle with favorite Nickelodeon characters such as Dora the Explorer, SpongeBob SquarePants and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Within Nickelodeon Place is the Nick Club, a hangout for kids; Plaza Orange, for music, games and tropical fun; and Mainstage, a theater to host a range of immersive entertainment experiences. Other resort amenities will include a fitness center and spas.

Hyatt signs Hyatt Place Aguascalientes

A subsidiary of Hyatt Hotels Corp. has entered into a franchise agreement for the 144-key Hyatt Place Aguascalientes with subsidiaries of Promotora Comercial Abadan, SA de CV. The hotel will be managed by Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe. When it opens in 2019, Hyatt Place Aguascalientes will be the sixth Hyatt Place hotel in Mexico.

The hotel will be located in the south of the city, in close proximity to industrial parks, automobile manufacturing plants and downtown Aguascalientes, where all municipal and central government offices are located. Aguascalientes serves as an industrial and manufacturing hub with an extensive network of modern highways, multiple free zones, Mexico’s two largest rail hubs and Lic. Jesus Teran Peredo International Airport.

Playacar Palace unveils Reno

Palace Resorts has reopened Playacar Palace, the brand’s luxury retreat in Playa del Carmen, following a multi-phase $ 14 million remodel.

Since opening its doors to customers in December 2005, this is the second phase of the hotel’s renovation. Refreshment details include upgrades to rooms, lobby, reception, restaurants, and lounges. The new interiors of the Playacar Palace were imagined by the architect Roberto Elias and the interior designer François Frossard.

Each of the 201 rooms offers new decor, modern furniture installation, upgraded showers and vanity areas, high-end Lavazza coffeemakers, and advanced jets added to the in-room double whirlpool tubs. The property’s existing Walk Out Suites now feature a private terrace.

Access to the suites is now easily accessible via wristbands allowing guests to open the door to their suites with a wave of the hand. By keeping the keyless addition consistent, by downloading the Palace Resorts app, guests can also use it to open their room doors. Technological improvements have also been made to the property’s air conditioning systems, with new hydraulic systems to ensure the resort meets green standards.
The Playacar Palace has also given its dining room a new look and new flavors. Its main restaurant, Café del Mar, now has a cold kitchen area. Additionally, the Italian cuisine restaurant formerly known as Terraza has reopened as Bocelli, sporting a new style and menu in line with the brand’s appearance.

Costa Sur Resort & Spa expands its offer with 48 renovated suites

The Costa Sur Resort & Spa in Puerto Vallarta has enriched its inventory with 48 renovated suites; The investment follows the introduction of the first 12 Honeymoon Ocean-Front suites in February 2015 as part of its LGBTQ and adults-only floor option. The establishment now has 60 renovated suites facing the ocean.

Three floors of the hotel’s north tower have been redesigned with 36 units becoming luxury studios with all the amenities of a honeymoon suite and are available for families traveling with children. An additional floor with 12 Honeymoon Suites has also been added to the inventory. All of the renovated suites, Deluxe and Honeymoon, have been detailed with touches of natural stone, modern furniture, lighting techniques and chromotherapy. Suites also come with granite kitchenettes with stainless steel appliances, free Wi-Fi, and oversized smart TVs with access to YouTube and Netflix.


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