Marriott International is setting a new standard in the world of hospitality with its latest venture. In early 2024, the Marriott Cancun Resort, renowned for its decades of impeccable service and prime beachfront location on the Yucatan Peninsula, will transform into Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort. This shift marks the first time Marriott International has fully conceptualized an all-inclusive property, elevating the experience for travelers seeking the ease and luxury of a single-price vacation package.
As consumer interest in all-inclusive resorts surges, Marriott Hotels, with its nearly 600 properties worldwide, is innovating to meet and exceed these evolving desires. With 173 million Marriott members expressing interest in such vacations, the brand is redefining the all-inclusive concept. This includes not just the range of services offered but also tailoring experiences to the lifestyles of its guests. Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, is poised to become a destination where every traveler, regardless of age, finds comfort, connection, and excitement.
The resort promises an experience where guests can tailor each day to their liking, offering a plethora of dining options, family-friendly activities, nightly entertainment, and authentic local cultural immersion. The heart of the resort is The Greatroom, a signature Marriott concept reimagined for an all-inclusive setting. It serves as a social hub where guests can bond over a signature arrival soda refresher, a nod to Marriott’s heritage.
Unique to the resort are the Novice-to-Expert Artist Workshops, where guests can immerse themselves in the local culture through hands-on classes with local artisans. The resort also features a range of amenities and entertainment options, including dynamic pools, water slides, pop-up cinema experiences, and beachside family picnics.
Dining at the resort caters to all ages and preferences, from classic burgers and shakes to beach-inspired eateries and unique pop-up experiences like Alice’s Tamale Ritual, a culinary celebration rooted in Marriott’s heritage.
Christopher Calabrese, General Manager and Vice President of Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort and JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa, expressed his excitement about this groundbreaking development. He emphasized the importance of guest collaboration in the brand’s growth and the dedication of the staff, who are integral to the resort’s operation.
The resort, with 450 rooms and nine specialty restaurants, also offers unique daily pop-up experiences, exciting water features, and a variety of special entertainment that celebrates local culture. Reservations are now open for this anticipated all-inclusive experience that promises to redefine luxury travel in Cancun.