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TORONTO — The new Senator Riviera Cancun Spa Resort has announced a delay in construction that will push back its opening date until Fall 2020.
Originally scheduled to debut in April, the new-build all-inclusive resort said the delay is “due to different internal situations.”
Guests who have existing reservations at the resort prior to the new opening date can cancel at no charge.
“We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that occurred with existing bookings you may have,” said Shaira Mayers, Business Destination Manager-Toronto. “Our Contracting & Reservation department is available to assist you in any reallocation needed.
“Our most important commitment to our mutual valuable clients is to provide the best premium all-inclusive experience in a modern and luxurious environment. This resort will no doubt be iconic in the Mexican Caribbean Riviera.”
The resort is slated to offer a water park with 14 slides, 3 swimming pools and two rivers, plus children’s entertainment with a Kids’ Club and Teens Club, an adults-only area, spa, 20+ dining options and nine different suite categories.
Senator Hotels & Resorts has more than three dozen properties in Spain and the Caribbean, including the Senator Puerto Plata Spa Resort in the D.R.