Blue Diamond Resorts Previews Upcoming Island Resort in Mexico

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Mystique Blue Boutique Suites, a 38-suite beachfront resort, will open its doors in late summer to on the Mexican island of Holbox. Guests can enjoy exclusive amenities, such as dining experiences that embrace fresh local ingredients at Fresco or a beach bar that offers signature drinks such as the Mystique Sangria. Local activities showcasing the island’s exotic wildlife, nature, and the turquoise shores will be available as well.

Mystique Blue Boutique Suites is located on Holbox Island, a 26-mile island within Yum Balam, a protected nature reserve north of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. The boutique resort houses 38 suites in one main building overlooking the beach, and showcases a design inspired by Holbox’s scenic surroundings. The hotel’s amenities include a balcony area with suspended nest-style seats for two, modern appointments including 55” flat screen, Satellite TV, unlimited WI-FI, and custom mattresses and bedding.

Guests staying at Mystique Blue can enjoy the natural surroundings that can be explored by bicycle rides into the village, bird watching, promenades by the ocean, deep sea and fly fishing, kiteboarding, snorkeling, and kayaking through the mangrove. From May to September, whale sharks frequent the waters around the island and guests can take snorkeling trips to get closer to them. Tours can be booked prior to or upon arrival through the hotel.

Mystique Blue Boutique Suites is part of Blue Diamond Resorts, a resort company with 38 properties exceeding 14,500 rooms in seven countries. The company’s portfolio includes Royalton Luxury Resorts and its adults-only sub-brands such as Hideaway at Royalton and CHIC by Royalton; Grand Lido Negril, Memories Resorts & Spas, and Starfish Resorts.

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