New resorts have been opening throughout Mexico lately to accommodate the growing number of tourists visiting the country. In developments that are sure to be good news for Mexico real estate, recent announcements include: the grand opening of the Hard Rock Hotel Cancun on Oct. 18, the recent opening of the Hilton Puerto Vallarta resort, the reopening of the Rosewood Mayakoba following a $1.6 million renovation, plans by the JW Marriott brand to open a luxury resort in Cabo San Lucas by 2015 and plans by AM Resorts to open two new hotels in Cozumel by early 2013.
Hard Rock Hotel Cancun opened Oct. 18 following on the heels of Mexico’s first Hard Rock Hotel in August, the Hard Rock Puerto Vallarta. In Cancun, the grand opening celebrations of this all-inclusive will last through Oct. 21, with entertainment by the Goo Goo Dolls and Flo Rida. Hard Rock Hotel Cancun is one of only three all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in the world, two of which are located in Mexico.
In early October the Hilton Puerto Vallarta resort opened in Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coast and is the brand’s first all-inclusive property in the country. Located in the heart of Puerto Vallarta’s Hotel Zone near the Bay of Banderas, the luxury family-friendly resort has 259 guest rooms, a spa and four restaurants.
The Rosewood Mayakoba, one of the most luxurious resorts in Mexico’s Riviera Maya, reopened in early October, following a $1.6 million renovation that included the addition of 18 adjoining suites, a makeover of the resort’s dining venues, a revitalized spa, an expanded gym and redesigned kids club.
Back on Mexico’s Pacific coast, the JW Marriott brand has announced plans to open a luxury resort in Cabo San Lucas by 2015. It will cover around 14 acres overlooking the Sea of Cortez, with 820 feet of beachfront property and situated just seven miles from the Los Cabos International Airport.
Finally, according to a report by Travel Weekly,AM Resorts has announced that it will open its all-inclusive Secrets and Sunscape brands in Cozumel, re-branding four resorts by January of 2013. The Sabor Cozumel Exclusive Resort & Spa and the Aura Cozumel resort will be combined to form the 174-room Secrets Aura Cozumel this December. Then, the Sabor Cozumel Resort & Spa will be combined with the Regency Cozumel resort to form the 330-room Sunscape Sabor Cozumel in January 2013. All properties will remain open throughout the renovations.