Kimpton has officially opened its first-ever resort in the Mexican Caribbean, the new Kimpton Aluna Tulum.
The colorful, sleek 78-room hotel is set between downtown Tulum and the beach, with 72 rooms and six suites.
“We’ve taken the well known Kimpton service and amenities, complete with chef-driven, healthy dining and killer rooftop cocktails, to provide a different hotel experience in Tulum,” the company said in a statement.
Amenities include a rooftop pool, a rooftop bar, a full-service spa, a beach club, a 24-hour fitness center.
That’s along with perks like beach butlers, concierge service, high-speed Wi-Fi, regular yoga classes and Kimpton standards like a complimentary evening social hour.
The primary dining concept is Parallel 20°, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with an emphasis on the flavors of the Riviera Maya. (You can find the menu here)
It’s just the second Kimpton-branded resort in the Caribbean, along with the Kimpton Seafire in Grand Cayman.
And it’s the latest new addition to Tulum, which continues to see the entry of major brands.
Indeed, in February, Marriott International opened its first-ever Tulum hotel, the hip new Aloft Tulum.
Two more Kimpton resorts are currently in the pipeline in the Caribbean, with outposts planned in Grenada and Roatan, Honduras.
For more, visit Kimpton.