Iberostar Tucan and Iberostar Quetzal Reopen After Fire

Iberostar Hotels

Iberostar Hotels and Resorts have reopened Iberostar Tucan and Iberostar Quetzal, following a fire that broke out at the resorts this past October. The fire affected the lobby, restaurants, spa and theatre, according to a previous statement from the hotels.

Immediately following the fire, a remodel took place, which includes two new lobbies with expanded terrace areas, updated pool décor and playground and renovated spas and fitness areas at each resort.

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Now, guests can also enjoy a new ice cream parlor on the beach, a local cigar lounge and new restaurants, including Mediterranean, Japanese, Mexican, Italian cuisine as well as a steakhouse.

Iberostar Tucan and Iberostar Quetzal are located along the beach, about two miles from the center of Playa del Carmen. Overall, Iberostar plans to invest 90 million euros in remodeling projects in 2016.

Iberostar Hotels and Resorts is based in the Balearic Islands, Spain.

For more information, visit www.iberostar.com/en/hotels/riviera-maya/iberostar-quetzal and www.iberostar.com/en/hotels/riviera-maya/iberostar-tucan

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