New Luxury Hotels in Mexico Expected to Open in 2017 & Beyond
Mexico, this beautiful, colorful and diverse country that is attracting more and more travelers every year is promising some exciting new hotel openings. The visitors are now more varied than ever. From the young back packer to the well voyaged affluent vacationer, Mexico is the up and rising country to visit in 2017.
Mexico welcomed 11.44 million international tourists last year, increasing 9.9% from the previous year.
The new and also the more experienced travelers are holding higher expectations and the accommodation industry in the country is rising to the demand. New hotels are being designed and built every year to accommodate these new visitors.
The country has a wide range of tourist attractions, from the beautiful coastal cities and beaches, to its vibrant and happening capitol, Mexico City. Here is a list of new hotels that are expected to open in 2017, 2018 and beyond.
Put these hot spots on your list of places to visit soon!
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
San Jose del Cabo was named as #1 destination on the rise by TripAdvisor 2016 Travelers’ Choice.
The fourth of its kind in the world, Zadún will bring a rare resort experience to the coast of San José del Cabo. Capturing simultaneously the beauty of the desert and the Sea of Cortez, this will sure to be a unique and chic experience. The resort will feature 115 elegant luxury villas, most of these with private pools, and it will also boast two golf courses. The awaited opening in early 2018 of the new oceanfront resort will be sure to satisfy the most passionate and luxury seeking of travelers. This resort will blend local culture, history and heritage in a beautiful natural setting providing luxury amenities.
Set to open in 2018, this sophisticated beachfront sanctuary will be set on 39 acres of white sand beach. It will offer 122 spacious rooms and suites plus 52 modern villas. The contemporary concept is based on indoor-outdoor living with a palette of nature inspired colors.
Expected to open in 2018, this will be the first Mexican property of chef-hotelier Nobu Matsuhisa. The luxury resort will feature 200 rooms with a Japanese inspired design and will include the discernible signature restaurant of the renowned chef.
Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula
The UNICO 20°87° is the new experience in terms of all inclusive hotels. Very recently opened in early 2017, it possesses an array of modern features to please the most serious vacationer. It prides itself in giving each guest a unique, personalized experience while immersing them in a full cultural exposure. From the local cuisine to the art in the rooms, this new kid on the block is sure to cater to the most rigorous of travelers seeking a true immersion into Mexican culture.
Set to open in September 2017 in the Hard Rock Hotel, this new 20,000 sq. ft all inclusive sports concept is sure to make a grand splash opening. This is a brand new kind of all inclusive destined to attract the physically active explorers. You never thought that you could ski or snowboard in Mexico, now you will! This will be built for the true thrill seekers.
Puerto Vallarta – Riviera Nayarit, Jalisco
The luxury hotel operator is projected to open a new resort in late 2018 in the new oceanfront luxury community, Costa Canuva. This Fairmont addition will have 250 guestrooms and suites, including 40 Fairmont Gold rooms and Fairmont branded residences. The Costa Canuva area will possess several hotels sharing two golf courses on 4.3 miles of shoreline. The Fairmont will deliver its unique brand of luxury and genuine hospitality in one of Mexico’s most sought-after destinations.
Zoëtry Chamela Costalegre, Puerto Vallarta – Riviera Nayarit, Jalisco
Slated to open in 2020, the Costalegre will be set on Mexico’s beautiful Pacific coast near Puerto Vallarta. The hotel will possess luxurious amenities where visitors will enjoy the great diving experiences, world-class spas, and golf courses. The Zoëtry Chamela Costalegre will provide a unique and distinguished experience for the elegance seeking travelers.