Original Resorts-Mexico's Diverse Collection of Hotels

 

When a resort company establishes itself in a particular region, it usually does so in baby steps. But Original Resorts isn’t looking to waste any time: It has three Mexico properties already and plans to double its Mexico product with three more by next year.

Headquartered in Cancun, the company already has its Blue Bay Resort in Cancun and its Desire Resorts, clothing optional retreats, in both the Riviera Maya and Los Cabos. It is looking for your sophisticated clients, namely families and couples, at the following properties:

Unik Resort & Spa – Elevated above the Caribbean Sea, this 84-suite property is slated to open in 2008 with no specific month yet announced. It will aim to offer an exclusive escape to sophisticated traveler in Isla Mujeres.

Temptation Resort & Spa – This Cancun property is slated to open its doors in December of 2008 and will have 384 rooms. This will be an over-21 resort.

Grand Blu – This 560-room property is scheduled to open by December of 2008 and will be an all-inclusive family resort in Cancun.

For more information on all these properties and to stay on top of what could be the next big player in Mexico, visit www.originalresorts.com.

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