Barceló Tucancun Beach Set to Re-Open

Barceló Hotels & Resorts plans to reopen the Barceló Tucancun Beach hotel in Cancun on April 22. The four-star, upscale, all-inclusive resort has been temporarily closed since Hurricane Wilma. During the rebuilding phase the hotel is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation and remodeling that includes a new reception area and lobby bar, as well as new restaurants, a new swimming pool and deck area, and a new lounge area with hammocks for with Caribbean views. In addition, the property's 315 guest rooms and villas have been refurbished. For more information visit [www.barcelo.com].

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