Planet Hollywood Hotels and Resorts is opening its first-ever Caribbean resort in Cancun this December, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The brand will be making its debut in Cancun’s Costa Mujeres neighborhood on Dec. 15, 2020, a spokesperson for the property confirmed.
The 898-room, new-build all-inclusive resort will be designed around Planet Hollywood’s cinematic theme, with Hollywood memorabilia and “curated” entertainment experiences.
It will include 11 eateries, along with two specialty restaurants for its “Adults Scene” adults-only wing guests.
That’s along with four pools, a lazy river, a fitness center, a spa called PH Spa & Beauty Bar; a “Jurassic Splash Park,” a FlowRider surf simulator, a mini-golf course and a movie theater, among other amenities.
Costa Mujeres has been a hub of tourism growth in the Mexican Caribbean in recent years, leading some to dub it the “new” Cancun.
Planet Hollywood also has a new resort in St Maarten in the pipeline, set at the former Great Bay Resort site near Philipsburg. The status of that project is unclear.
It joins one other resort in the wider region, the Planet Hollywood Beach Resort in Costa Rica, which first opened in 2018.
For more, visit Planet Hollywood.