TORONTO — Though Sandals Resorts International didn’t invent the all-inclusive concept with its first resort in Jamaica back in 1981, it is largely credited with perfecting it. Since the debut of ...
IBIZA — Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula will soon welcome two new Palladium Hotel properties, one for adults only and the other family-friendly.
Opening in the fall of 2018, the project will include the Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa, and the adults-only TRS Coral Hotel, as well as a ‘Village’ that includes a variety of restaurants, bars, kids clubs and amphitheatre.
Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa will offer 673 rooms and a unique system of canals that will allow guests to access all points of the resort by boat. Each room will boast a balcony or terrace, with some rooms including premium features like direct access ‘swim-up’ pools or hydro massage hot tubs on private balconies. Families and groups in particular will love the amenities at this resort, which include nine restaurants, four swimming pools (one exclusively for children) and a 16,000 square-foot convention centre with capacity for 1,380 people. As for activities and entertainment, guests can enjoy snorkelling, diving, yoga and pilates, and live music shows at open-air terraces. Plus, there’ll be a special family area and the 51,020 square-foot Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness centre.
Meanwhile, the 473-room TRS Coral Hotel will represent the rebrand of Palladium Hotel Group’s adults-only products, and the introduction of its new all-inclusive service that aims to provide ‘Infinite Indulgence’, with no limits, to all guests. Adult guests will have access to the facilities and services offered at Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa and the Village, where they will be offered unlimited and preferential access. Resort highlights include four à la carte restaurants in addition to the nine at Grand Palladium, an Ibiza-style beach club with infinity pool and poolside service, a spa and a fitness zone.
Both properties are located near Cancun’s International Airport (35 minutes by car). The region, which is largely untouched, is in the most northern point of Cancun in Costa Mujeres, home to virgin beaches, crystal clear waters and an abundance of coral reefs and marine species. While this will be a brand new development, Palladium Hotel Group remains dedicated to sustainable tourism by carrying out extensive environmental studies to ensure minimal impact on the land.