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Destino Xcaret announced 2nd hotel after opening Hotel Xcaret Mexico

Destino Xcaret announced that only four months after the opening of Hotel Xcaret Mexico, the property reached occupancy rates surpassing 90 percent in the first quarter of 2018. The brand announced plans for a second hotel project, “La Casa de la Playa.”

Hotel Xcaret Mexico Aerea

Hotel Xcaret MexicoThe announcement was made during the 43rd edition of Tianguis Turistico in Mazatlán, Mexico by Francisco Gutierrez, CEO of the Hotels Division of Destino Xcaret. “Hotel Xcaret Mexico in an unprecedented project within the hotel industry. We created a new concept – All-Fun Inclusive®- that has allowed us to offer a comprehensive product, with unlimited access to all of Experiencias Xcaret’s parks and tours, including transportation services and meal plans,” said Gutierrez. “With the success of our offering we have transformed the hospitality landscape in Mexico, by combining traditional art and culture with innovation and sophistication. As we look to the future, we are confident that we are on the right path.”

The second hotel project: La Casa de la Playa will be an ecologically inclined boutique hotel that will meet the industry’s highest standards and feature 63 spacious suites with private plunge pools, categorized in three concepts: Nature, Fun and Wellness. The extraordinary property will also house four restaurants, two pools, a spa, mezcaleria, chocolate confectionary shop, wine cellar and a library. “La Casa de la Playa” is set to open in the summer of 2019 and aims at being the best boutique hotel in Mexico, consolidating the outstanding hotel offering of Experiencias Xcaret Group.

Hotel Xcaret Mexico spa

Destino Xcaret is an unparalleled tourism development in Mexico that encompasses 915 acres and a two-billion-dollar investment of funds 100 percent Mexican. In the next eight years there will be 6,000 hotel rooms, 10,000 direct jobs, a multipurpose stadium with capacity for a 12,000 audience, a 800,000 square feet convention center and an entertainment and commercial center with promenades along the river called “Pueblo del Rio”, that will stretch for 1.2 miles and will set a new standard in the industry.