Ritz-Carlton Reserve Expanding to Mexico

Zadún

Set along the coastline of  San José del Cabo with views of the Sea of Cortez, Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve will make its debut in early 2018.

This opening marks the fourth resort in the Ritz-Carlton Reserve portfolio, and the second in the Caribbean and Mexico region along with the Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico.

“We are extremely excited to add the exquisite Zadún to the evolving and expanding portfolio of Ritz-Carlton Reserve, an elevated standard of luxury set in remarkable locations. We are particularly excited by the growth this opening represents for our beautiful and diverse region,” said Tim Sheldon, President, Caribbean and Latin America, Marriott International.

The name Zadún is inspired by the unique topography and dunes of the region, and meant to evoke the experiences that guests at Ritz-Carlton properties around the globe, according to the company.

Set in some of the world’s most prized destinations, these estates draw inspiration from their locale and native cultures and offer a personal connection between guests and location.

The striking design of Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, will celebrate the desert and the sea.

Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve will feature 115 elegantly appointed suites and villas, many with their own private plunge pools, along with two championship golf courses and a 500-slip marina.

The Reserve also features a collection of Ritz-Carlton Reserve Residences.

“Guests will be enchanted from the moment they arrive,” Sheldon said. “The property celebrates one of the most captivating locations in the world, and the deeply attentive, caring Ladies and Gentlemen of Ritz-Carlton Reserve will bring Zadún to life.”

 

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