By the Caribbean Journal staff
Fast-expanding all-inclusive brand Royalton Luxury Resorts is expanding again in the Caribbean.
The Canadian firm has announced plans for two new-build all-inclusive hotels in both Cancun and Antigua, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Royalton Cancun in the Mexican Caribbean is slated to open at the end of this year, while Royalton Antigua is targeting an early 2019 debut.
Royalton Cancun will include oceanfront suites along with the company’s first-ever “Rooftop SkyClub,” at a setting 30 minutes from the heart of Cancun.
The property will also include the company’s Agave culinary experience focusing on the Mesoamerican cooking tradition.
The second hotel, Royalton Antigua, will be set close to the island’s VC Bird International Airport, with a private beach setting on the waters of Deep Bay.
The new Antigua hotel is another boon for one of the Caribbean’s hottest destinations, an island that is seeing a wave of new hotel projects from brands including Rosewood, Waldorf-Astoria and others.