Marriott International will debut its first-ever Marriott all-inclusive property at the site of the former Marriott Cancun Resort, which closed its doors last March to undergo an extensive renovation for its conversion.
The hotel has been renamed Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, and it has been Marriott's legacy property in the Yucatan Peninsula for several decades.
“Travellers will be relieved to discover that they will not be bidding their beloved Marriott Cancun Resort a permanent goodbye, but instead, expecting a very exciting reopening with a more modern product, as the property is being reimagined by Marriott, and utilizing the space to offer a sophisticated twist to the traditional all-inclusive concept," said Alex Fiz, area vice-president Caribbean and managing director all-inclusive for Marriott International.
“Cancun is one of the world’s most exclusive resort destinations, an ideal fit for the first Marriott branded all-inclusive hotel and a future renewed hub for its trusting guests and our Marriott Bonvoy members that look for a wonderful stay in a seamless all-inclusive format.”
Travellers are now "more likely than ever" to book single-price vacations for a hassle-free trip planning and friendly budgeting and booking process, Marriott says.
Marriott International’s footprint in the all-inclusive segment has grown substantially in the last four years.
Today, the All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy portfolio is comprised with 31 resorts and with a robust pipeline seeking to cater more enriching experiences to its more than 180 million Marriott Bonvoy members.
Redesigned rooms, lazy river
Expanding upon the all-inclusive promise, Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort will launch all new redesigned rooms, suites, lobby, meeting spaces, and public areas, including new innovative restaurant concepts, expansive pools, and even a lazy river and waterpark.
It's also promising an elevated food and beverage choices, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and authentic daily and nightly entertainment.
The resort began to undergo renovations in March of 2023 is expected to welcome guests again in early 2024.