Bahia Principe Hotels and Resorts is reopening another of its resorts in the Mexican Caribbean next month, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The company will relaunch its Bahia Principe Grand Coba all-inclusive on the Riviera Maya on June 4.
The 1,080-key property is the largest resort in the company’s Riviera Maya complex.
“We’re pleased to welcome back yet another one of our beloved properties and continue expanding our offerings in Riviera Maya,” said Helen Montijano, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the U.S. and Canada. “With summer just around the corner and as more people get vaccinated, we feel there is no better time than now for families to reunite and enjoy all the amenities our property features,” she adds.
It includes six restaurants, a spa, a waterpark, two lake-style pools and. Focus on family-friendly amenities.
The hotel is relaunching under the company’s “rigorous” safety and hygiene measures, developed in collaboration with HS Consulting.