The resort report: what's new in the hotel world
Checking out the latest hotel and resort news from fresh renovations to brand new or upcoming properties to entice your clients.
Six Senses is set to make its brand debut in the Caribbean with the opening of Six Senses La Sagesse in May 2024. Located between the ocean and a protected cove on the southern part of Grenada, the property will feature 56 pool suites made using natural, renewable, and repurposed materials and a Six Senses Spa overlooking the lagoon. In addition, there are 15 villas enjoying prime hillside or beachfront settings, ranging between one, two, and four bedrooms, all with generously sized bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. The five larger four-bedroom retreats are located on a Bluff, offering a 270-degree view of one of the most coveted locations in the Caribbean.
Almare Isla Mujeres
Almare, an adults-only all inclusive resort, is set to open on Isla Mujeres in mid-2024. The 105-room property is part of the Luxury Collection in the All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy portfolio. The resort will feature modern and sophisticated design with two swimming pools and a newly minted beach club.
For clients looking for somewhere new to be “wastin’ away again in Margaritaville,” look no further than the newly opened Margaritaville Beach Resort. Set on 7.25 acres along Fort Myers Beach with direct beach access and views of the Gulf of Mexico, the property features 254 guest rooms and six restaurants, including signature concepts such as JWB Grill, License to Chill Bar & Grill, and 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill. All restaurants, as well as the 43,000-square-foot Sunset Terrace, are open to the public.
Sited on a 620-acre nature reserve with two miles of white-sand beaches, The Riviera Maya EDITION at Kanai marks the brand’s debut in Mexico and the Caribbean. Featuring 182 guest rooms and suites, a lagoon-sized pool, versatile meeting spaces, a state-of-the-art ballroom, and North America’s largest penthouse suite, the property aims to achieve a new concept of sustainable luxury. Set within Kanai, a luxury resort community in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the hotel was designed with a minimal construction and environmental footprint to protect and preserve the area renowned for its mangroves, lagoons, ancient Mayan cities, tropical beaches and the Mesoamerican Reef, the world’s second-largest coral reef.