Bring On The Luxury: The First Conrad Hotel Opens In Tulum This Month
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Bring On The Luxury: The First Conrad Hotel Opens In Tulum This Month

Caribbean , hotels , Tulum , Mexico , news
Ayah A.
Ayah A. Jan 5, 2022

Last year, Hilton Hotels opened its first-ever Conrad Hotel in Mexico, Conrad Punta de Mita. Now, largely due to the success of its Pacific Coast predecessor, the brand is opening a second Conrad Hotel in Mexico. This one, which will be located in Tulum, is slated to be the first Conrad in the Mexican Caribbean, and it opens on January 15.

According to Caribbean Journal, The Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya will offer 349 guest rooms along with modern and well-appointed master suites, governor suites, and presidential suites. Visitors will have access to five swimming pools, a state-of-the-art spa, and seven world-class dining establishments and bars, serving cuisines ranging from Mediterranean to Asian, in addition to a Chef Table’s dining experience.

The hotel’s available tours and activities include enough to satisfy your appetite for adventure, including kayaking, paddleboarding, and snorkeling. Tailored cultural experiences designed based on your interests and preferences help you immerse yourself in the local Mayan culture and history.

True to the typical Conrad style, the design and decor of Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya has been thoughtfully planned to reflect the atmosphere of Tulum and its various landscapes, from its lush green jungles to its vibrant beaches. The hotel is perfectly situated on a stretch of beautiful beachfront, providing easy access to the scenic coast that draws many a vacationer to one of the most popular cities in Quintana Roo.

“Among the mangroves of the magical Riviera Maya, ancient roots and a future-focused commitment to sustainability blend in a mesmerizing dance,” says the Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya website. “Seek serenity in the spa and uncover your sense of wonder in Tulum’s masterpieces – from the architectural savvy in nearby ruins to the cool clarity in underground cenotes.”

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