By the Caribbean Journal staff
Mexico’s Atelier de Hoteles brand is set to debut a new luxury all-inclusive in the heart of the Riviera Maya.
The new Atelier Playa Mujeres will open April 15 as the company’s first luxury resort.
The all-suite, adults-only hotel is set within the Playa Mujeres development, which is home to an 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf course, which directly abuts the property.
“With Atelier Playa Mujeres we have revolutionized the concept of the hotel industry in Mexico. We celebrate contemporary Mexican art with a captivating architectural design and an authentic atmosphere that is reflected in every corner of our hotel. Our ‘Handmade hospitality’ is remarkable for offering first class, personalized service in a setting of relaxed luxury and vibrant gastronomy surrounding guests with a totally technological experience, generating extraordinary and memorable moments,” said Oliver Reinhart, CEO of Atelier, in a statement.
The 431-suite property will have eight restaurants and eight bars, including a flagship restaurant called Maria Dolores, stewarded by Chef Edgar Nunez, the Mexican chef behind the celebrated Sud 777 eatery in Mexico City.
Amenities range from private check-in, butlers, “golf concierges” and connectivity that even lets guests use their smartphones as their room keys.
There are also nearly 50,000-square-foot conference of event space.
It’s one of two planned openings for Atelier in Mexico this yaer, with the Estudio Playa Mujeres set to debut later in the first half of this year.
For more, visit Atelier.