Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has continued its expansion a new hotel collection and another new property in the Caribbean.
The company has unveiled its new Registry Collection portfolio, kicking things off with the addition of the Grand Residences Riviera Cancun resort in Puerto Morelos.
The resort, long considered one of the most prominent hotel properties in Mexico, has 144 suites in the heart of the Riviera Cancun.
“Grand Residences Riviera Cancun is a spectacular resort situated in a pristine spot on one of Mexico’s most desirable beaches. Beloved by guests the world over for its incredible location, postcard views, and world-class service, we couldn’t be more excited to be launching Registry Collection Hotels with one of the region’s premier developers,” said Geoff Ballotti, president and CEO, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.
The property, set in an Hacienda-style beachfront layout, has a full-service spa, an oceanfront infinity pool, a state-of-the-art gym, a kids club and three gourmet restaurants.
“From day one, the team at Wyndham has been holistically focused on the needs of our resort, working closely with our team as we collaboratively develop our strategy to announce our flagship affiliation,” said Dr Kemil A. Rizk, president and CEO of Royal Resorts. “What we value about Wyndham, in addition to their tremendous scale and distribution, is their appreciation for what makes Grand Residences Riviera Cancun unique and their passion for ensuring our individuality is never compromised. The highly esteemed reputation of Wyndham makes us proud to be marking this milestone with them and we look forward to continuing to develop our brand alliance.”
It’s the latest 2021 addition in the Caribbean for Wyndham, whose growing regional footprint includes the new Turtle Island Beach Resort in Belize; the all-inclusive Kunuku Aqua Resort in Curacao; and, most recently, the historic Buccaneer resort in St Croix, US Virgin Islands.
All of those are part of Wyndham’s Trademark Collection.
For more, visit the Grand Residences Riviera Cancun.