Karisma Hotels and Resorts has officially opened its new Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Cancun resort in the heart of the Mexican Caribbean.
The Cancun-area all-inclusive, which is the first product of a partnership between Karisma and Margaritaville, received its first guests on July 1.
“The launch of the Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Cancun is our first of many Island Reserve resorts, with properties in Riviera Maya and Cap Cana [in the Dominican Republic] on the horizon for 2021,” said Bill Linehan, president of Premier Worldwide Marketing, the exclusive worldwide representatives for Karisma Hotels & Resorts. “Margaritaville Island Reserve is much more than an all-inclusive resort – it is the epitome of a Caribbean oasis where everything is included.”
The resort has a total of 148 rooms and suites, along with four eateries, six bars and an 8,000-square-foot spa.
Notably, each room comes with its own “customizable” in-room bar, “complete with all the glassware and tools needed for true personalization,” according to Karisma.
The launch of the resort comes with Karisma’s new “Peace of Mind” health and safety plan, which covers enhanced sanitization and social-distancing protocols for its resorts.
The next Margaritaville Island Reserve in the pipeline, the aforementioned resort in the tony Cap Cana enclave of Punta Cana, broke ground last year, with plans for a 228-room property on Juanillo Beach. That property is slated to debut in 2021, according to Karisma.
It’s joined by a Riviera Maya resort also under construction.
The Mexican Caribbean officially reopened for tourism last month.
For more, visit Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Cancun.