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The Marriott brand is set to make its debut in the all-inclusive market with the opening of Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, in early 2024.
This new beachfront resort in Mexico will be aimed at helping families and travelers of all ages make memories by connecting with each other and the local culture.
Here are the details of this new Marriott all-inclusive resort.
Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, will be the brand’s debut all-inclusive location. Don’t confuse the Marriott brand with the Marriott Bonvoy family of brands, which already has all-inclusive resorts under brand names like Autograph Collection and Westin.
Two more Marriott all-inclusive resorts are planned for 2024 and 2025 — Marriott Puerto Vallarta, An All-Inclusive Resort, and Marriott Djerba, An All-Inclusive Resort – Tunisia.
Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, will be an all-ages resort that aims to connect guests to not only the local culture but to each other.
Located in the Cancun Hotel Zone, next to the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa, the property used to be the Marriott Cancun Resort but has been renovated. The change most likely came as a result of higher demand for multi-generational travel and an increased interest in all-inclusive resorts.
“Understanding the importance of family connections, Marriott Hotels All-Inclusive concept is designed to meet and exceed the evolving needs of multigenerational travelers. In its simplest form, all-inclusive stays are about wanting to relax, feel taken care of and create memories together – all in one place.”Drew Iddings, Vice President, Premium Classic Brands, Marriott Hotels
This 450-room resort features 9 restaurants, a lazy river, water slides, and daily pop-up experiences.
Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, will also feature an expanding collection of activities and entertainment for the whole family. Highlights include:
Rooms at Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, are bookable online for stays starting on March 22, 2024, with prices beginning at around $450 per night for 2 adults.
Rooms are bookable using Marriott Bonvoy points, too. Prices vary but seem to start between 70,000 to 80,000 points per night for a base-level room.
Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, can be booked using cash or Marriott Bonvoy points for travel starting in late March 2024.
Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, will be opening in early 2024. Situated in Cancun’s Hotel Zone, this resort aims to attract multi-generational families looking to unwind and connect. This is the first all-inclusive property under the Marriott brand, with 2 more locations set to debut by 2025.
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