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Marriott Is Opening a New All-Inclusive in Mexico

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A rendering of the expanded resort.

Marriott has signed an agreement to manage its first-ever all-inclusive Delta Hotels by Marriott resort in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit.

The resort will be set at what is now the 117-room Grand Matlali Hills Resort and Spa, which will undergo a “significant transformation.”

That will include an expansion to 300 rooms by 2023.

Marriott will be officially rebranding and managing the property in 2021.

The move is part of a wider foray into all-inclusive by Marriott, one that also includes several resort projects in the pipeline in the Caribbean.

“We are excited to work with PB Puerto Bahia Residence, S.A. de C.V. to convert this property into the first all-inclusive Delta Hotels by Marriott hotel globally and bring the Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive concept to our region,” said Laurent de Kousemaeker, Chief Development Officer, Caribbean and Latin America for Marriott International. “The long-awaited Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive brand extension standards are now ready, and perfectly suited for conversions of full-service resorts, allowing our 142 million Marriott Bonvoy guests soon to experience this new concept.”

The property, which is about 30 minutes from the Puerto Vallarta Airport, will include six food and beverage concepts, a beach club and a spa, among other amenities.

“We are excited to sign a Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive resort and work with Marriott International to manage the property,” said Armando Vejar, CEO of PB Puerto Bahia Residence, S.A. de C.V. “By bringing this new concept and brand to Riviera Nayarit we hope to elevate the offering for visitors and attract a new segment of guests to the destination.”

— CJ


A rendering of the expanded resort. Marriott has signed an agreement to manage its first-ever all-inclusive Delta Hotels by Marriott resort in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit.

The resort will be set at what is now the 117-room Grand Matlali Hills Resort and Spa, which will undergo a “significant transformation.”

That will include an expansion to 300 rooms by 2023.

Marriott will be officially rebranding and managing the property in 2021.

The move is part of a wider foray into all-inclusive by Marriott , one that also includes several resort projects in the pipeline in the Caribbean.

“We are excited to work with PB Puerto Bahia Residence, S.A. de C.V. to convert this property into the first all-inclusive Delta Hotels by Marriott hotel globally and bring the Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive concept to our region,” said Laurent de Kousemaeker, Chief Development Officer, Caribbean and Latin America for Marriott International. “The long-awaited Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive brand extension standards are now ready, and perfectly suited for conversions of full-service resorts, allowing our 142 million Marriott Bonvoy guests soon to experience this new concept.”

The property, which is about 30 minutes from the Puerto Vallarta Airport, will include six food and beverage concepts, a beach club and a spa, among other amenities.

“We are excited to sign a Delta Hotels by Marriott all-inclusive resort and work with Marriott International to manage the property,” said Armando Vejar, CEO of PB Puerto Bahia Residence, S.A. de C.V. “By bringing this new concept and brand to Riviera Nayarit we hope to elevate the offering for visitors and attract a new segment of guests to the destination.”

— CJ