Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville is debuting its newest resort brand at the edge of the Caribbean next month, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Margaritaville, in collaboration with Karisma Hotels and Resorts, is opening the new Margaritaville St Somewhere by Karisma Punta Coco on Holbox Island in Mexico in March.
The property, which is already taking reservations, will welcome guests on March 1, according to the property’s Web site.
It’s the first-ever Margaritaville St Somewhere resort, and the latest collaboration for Margaritaville with Karisma; the two companies have partnered on two new resorts in the Caribbean in the last year, both under the Margaritaville Island Reserve brand, set in Cap Cana and the Riviera Maya, respectively.
While both of those resorts are all-inclusive, St Somewhere Holbox is not.
And while both of those resorts are on the large side, the Holbox property is decidedly boutique, with just 39 suites, set over mangrove gardens and wooden bridges, some with their own private plunge pools.
St Somewhere “marries warm hospitality and easygoing vibes with personalized luxury,” according to Margaritaville.
It’s set on Holbox Island, the tiny, pristine island at the far northeastern corner of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula where the Gulf of Mexico meets the Caribbean Sea.
The property, set on more than 3,000 feet of beachfront, will have two eateries with a la carte options, with amenities like a swim-up bar.
For more, visit Margaritaville St Somewhere Punta Coco, Holbox Island.