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Planet Hollywood Opens It’s First All-Inclusive Resort In Cancun

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Planet Hollywood Beach Resort in Cancun has officially opened its doors as of January 29, 2021. The new resorts is located in the exclusive resort enclave of Costa Mujeres, located just north of Cancun’s Hotel Zone.

Guests will be able to enjoy 13 world-class dining options, 11 bars and cafés, four pools, a lazy river and Jurassic Splash Park.

The resort also features an adults-only wing called the ‘Adult Scene’ which is a resort within the resort for guests over the age of 18.

Planet Hollywood Resort Cancun Aerial view
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Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun will feature 898 rooms decorated in line with the company’s Hollywood theme. The adults only part of the resort has 332 suites that are more focus on romance including rain showers, hand crafted beds and advanced technology which evens lets guests choose the theme music for the duration of their stay.

Planet Hollywood Resort Cancun hotel room interior
Image: Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun

The adults only area also has its own private beach, pools and of course the swim up bar.

Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun will provide American guests with on-site complimentary Covid-19 antigen testing which is now required by all U.S. travelers returning to the United States.

Planet Hollywood Resort Cancun swim out
Image: Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun

Cancun’s new beach resort, Planet Hollywood will boast curated entertainment-themed experiences and authentic Hollywood memorabilia from 40 cult classics, as well as a blockbuster list of activities and adventures for travelers of all ages.

Learn More & Book Your Stay at Planet Hollywood Beach Resort.

Image: Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun

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