Marriott Opens New Resort in Tulum, Mexico Caribbean Journal

Marriott Intercontinental has opened its 1st-ever lodge residence in the hip beach front city of Tulum on the Caribbean coastline of Mexico. 

The new Aloft Tulum, which is managed by Highgate, opened its doors this 7 days in the heart of Tulum’s downtown district. 

The latest hotel in Mexico has a overall of 140 “loft-style” rooms and suites, alongside with a signature Aitco Rooftop Lounge and Bar with an infinity pool. 

“After a lot anticipation, we are thrilled to welcome guests to the Aloft Tulum,” claimed Sergio Parra, typical manager of Aloft Tulum. “It is the excellent option for travelers and digital nomads who are in lookup of a more inexpensive boutique lodge selection with luxurious touches. Not to mention, we are celebrating various firsts together with being the first Marriott International house and very first internationally branded resort to enter Tulum.”

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The property also features a seize-and-go eatery identified as Re:gas by Aloft a lounge referred to as Re:blend with a pool desk and a bar referred to as W XYZ with a aim on nearby leisure. 

Every single space has cost-free Wi-Fi, no cost coffee, custom made toiletries, stroll-in showers and 55-inch Lcd TVs.  

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It’s the second Aloft hotel in the Caribbean, subsequent final year’s debut of the new Aloft San Juan in Puerto Rico. One more Aloft is set to debut in the Caribbean up coming month with the new Aloft Ponce, also in Puerto Rico. 

It’s the second big manufacturer to debut in Tulum in just a handful of months, next Kimpton’s modern entry to the market, the Kimpton Aluna Tulum.

The resort’s debut another boost for the Mexican Caribbean, which is seeing much more customer quantity than any other place in the wider location amid the pandemic. 

— CJ