Palladium to Open Two New Resorts in the Mexican Caribbean

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

Spanish hotel giant Palladium is bringing two new resorts to the Mexican Caribbean.

Palladium Hotel Group will be opening a family-friendly property called Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort and Spa and an adults-only hotel called TRS Coral Hotel.

The dual-resort project is slated to open in the fall of 2018.

A rendering of a room at TRS Coral.

The pair of resorts will be accompanied by a “village” with a variety of restaurants, bars, an amphitheater and kids’ clubs.

The development will be set in the largely untouched Costa Mujeres area in the most northern point of Cancun.

A room at the Grand Palladium.

Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres will have 673 rooms built around a series of canals, with each room including a balcony or terrace. It will also include 9 restaurants.

The TRS Coral Hotel will include 473 rooms and represent a rebranding of Palladium’s adults-only products. Guests at TRS Coral will have access to the facilities and services at Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres and the Village.

A rendering of a bathroom at TRS.

Palladium has a total of 48 hotels around the world, with Caribbean destinations including Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.