Travelers headed to the Mexican Caribbean next year can look forward to staying at Maroma, A Belmond Hotel, which is in the final stages of a massive makeover and is expected to open its doors in May 2023. The 5-star high-end hotel in the Riviera Maya is renowned for its impressive amenities and stunning natural surroundings, which come with 80 hectares of tropical rainforest.
Maroma, A Belmond Hotel, is situated on a privileged stretch of beach along the Riviera Maya, where travelers can enjoy some of the finest white-sand beaches and tropical waters. The prestigious resort is currently undergoing a comprehensive renovation to polish its luxury offerings, and when it opens its doors next May, it will welcome guests with even greater levels of comfort and style.
The resort’s unique location makes it a great choice for those who want to enjoy the peace and quiet far away from packed resort areas from the likes of Cancun or Playa del Carmen. The property is surrounded not only by lush rainforest but also a range of unique natural features like cenotes and coral reefs.
According to hotel executives, the property’s ongoing renovation is moving at a fast pace and according to schedule. One of the main goals of the undertaking is to incorporate local culture and design into the hotel, offering guests a taste of the area’s Mayan roots.
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Guests will also find 10 new luxurious suites complete with ocean views once the renovation is finalized. Maroma currently features 72 spacious and elegant rooms, most of which offer stunning views of the Caribbean sea. The new suites are designed to be harmonious with the area’s vast nature, and the colorful furnishes reflect local design and craftsmanship. Tara Bernard – a renowned international designer – is in charge of Maroma’s renovation, and the architectural team is making sure to preserve as much of the local design as possible in order to provide guests with a sense of authenticity.
With sustainability becoming a growing trend in the travel and hospitality industry, Maroma will also be offering travelers a new nature-based spa and wellness service. Maroma has partnered up with Guerlain – a luxury cosmetics brand – to provide guests with some of the finest in-house spa and wellness treatments in the area.
Guests will also be able to savor plenty of local delicacies, and the property is working closely with local providers to ensure only the freshest ingredients. Up to 90% of all food and drink will be locally sourced from the Yucatan Peninsula, offering tasty dishes served sustainably.
Guests who want to try out the renewed Maroma can already book a stay at the 5-star resort, which is slated to open in May next year. Maroma promises guests an unforgettable stay in one of Mexico’s finest properties, and the hotel offers several packages for special occasions, including weddings, honeymoons, and meetings and conferences.
Maroma is just one of many hotels and resorts in the Mexican Caribbean to undergo renovation. With millions of tourists expected to visit the region this winter alone, hospitality firms are taking advantage of the area’s growing popularity. Many new hotels are opening their doors in the Riviera Maya, boosting the availability of rooms and accommodations for sun-seeking travelers.
Marriott and Xcaret are some of the latest firms to announce new resorts in the Mexican Caribbean. Although many properties are expected to open in 2024 or 2025, several resorts are already close to their opening date, including Casa de La Playa, a lavish property offering some 60 spacious suites in Playa del Carmen.
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