Leading Spanish hotel group, Meliá Hotels International, has announced its latest addition in Mexico with the launch of Paradisus Playa Mujeres scheduled for the first quarter of next year.
The luxury hotel will be Mexico’s fifth Paradisus branded property.
Nestled just off the coast of Cancun with sugary soft white-sand beaches and sweeping coastlines, Playa Mujeres is the new popular destination for travellers and locals alike.
Located 35 minutes from Cancun International Airport and ten minutes from downtown, Paradisus Playa Mujeres is situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil and relaxing setting.
It is within close proximity to the Isla Mujeres, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops, as well as a golf course, designed by Australian professional golfer, Greg Norman.
For guests looking to discover the area further, Paradisus Playa Mujeres will provide access to a private marina, where they can sail the Caribbean Sea and take in the breath-taking views.
Inspired by Mexican design and architecture, the luxury all-inclusive resort will boast 498 rooms, each providing stunning views of the tropical gardens and beautiful beaches that highlight the natural beauty of the destination.
Whether guests are looking to relax or party, Paradisus Playa Mujeres will be suited to all tastes, offering a lobby bar, beach club (adults only), sunset bar, pool bar (adults only), Red Lounge, Sports Bar & Café, showcasing spectacular views of the gardens, marina and the glittering Caribbean Sea.
Celebrating the region’s cultural heritage, Paradisus Playa Mujeres will feature a sculpture in the lobby curated by local artists, a garden wall and mirrored water feature, as well as retail space.
Upon arrival to the hotel, guests will be invited to the Welcome Lounge, where they will be able to enjoy drinks and appetisers, while admiring the outdoor waterfall.
Paradisus Playa Mujeres will provide four business centre stations, a convention centre (ballroom) with a capacity for up to 1,500 people.
It will offer video mapping technology and a state-of-the-art audio-visual system.