AMResorts has announced that the company is on pace to reach its goal of 100 all-inclusive luxury properties signed by 2020. Up next, the company will reinforce its presence in Mexico with ten openings by 2020 – a record number of consecutive openings in a single country.
The AMResorts portfolio currently has more than 50 properties across its six brands, including 28 resorts in Mexico. AMResorts said that the company's focus on the country comes after Mexico welcomed 94.6 million international visitors in 2016, up 8.6 percent from 2015. Next year will see several new builds, including:
- Zoëtry Chamela Costalegre Mexico: Located on the “Coast of Joy,” Zoëtry Chamela Costalegre Mexico will have 120 secluded suites, as well as an 18-hole Robert von Hagge golf course.
- Breathless Playa del Carmen Resort & Spa: Breathless Playa del Carmen Resort & Spa will have 500 modern suites inside the Grand Coral gated community of Playa del Carmen. Guests will have exclusive access to the community’s shopping malls, nightlife and 18-hole golf course designed by Nick Price.
AMResorts debuted Mexico’s first adults-only, all-inclusive resort in 2002. Recently it has expanded its family-friendly footprint with its first property in the Playa Mujeres community, Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort. Breathless Riviera Cancun also celebrated its opening with an official event hosted by supermodel Adriana Lima to help position the brand as an ultra-chic party destination.
Recent enhancements throughout the brand include Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, which updated several restaurants and unveiled a brand-new Core Zone Teens Club, with a snack bar, plasma televisions with DVDs and video games, table games, and a daily activities schedule.
Additionally, AMResorts has been recognized by Expansión magazine as a Súper Empresas (“Top Companies”) for five consecutive years.
By 2019, AMResorts will have over 60 resort with more than 24,000 rooms throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America. AMResorts’ footprint will span 30 destinations in eleven countries, including entry into Aruba and Puerto Rico.
AMResorts is a subsidiary of Apple Leisure Group.
This story originally appeared on www.luxurytraveladvisor.com.