Delta Hotels by Marriott Riviera Nayarit Unveils Expansion

Delta Hotels by Marriott Riviera Nayarit, An All-Inclusive Resort, situated in the Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit, Mexico, has unveiled a “Aqua Jungle & River” experience. The resort has also announced an additional wing for rooms and suites as part of its planned expansion.

Located in the hotel’s own forest canyon, the “Aqua Jungle & River” experience offers both adult and family offerings. There are five jacuzzis for adults, seven pools, an elongated lazy river and two children’s areas with water slides and splash amenities, besides F&B venues. Inspired by the Tolantongo caves in the state of Hidalgo where thermal waters cascade into pools, the “Aqua Jungle & River” experience offers plenty of options for visitors of all ages.

With the Delta Riviera Nayarit’s expansion, the resort’s accommodations have increased from 117 to 212 rooms and suites. Xavier Pineda, director of sales and marketing, All-Inclusive for Caribbean and Latin America, said “These additions are also great features for incentive groups, weddings and social groups that look for a home to host their event in a resort that has it all in one place and can be the spearhead point to several micro-destinations like Sayulita, San Pancho, Punta de Mita, among others.”

Part of the 31 properties in the All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy hotel portfolio in the Caribbean and Latin America, Delta Hotels by Marriott Riviera Nayarit, An All-Inclusive Resort is the first Delta-branded hotel in the region. It is also the first Delta to be an all-inclusive worldwide and part of an expansive portfolio that is All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy. It has three restaurants on-site serving Mexican, Asian and local cuisines, three pools, a beach club and the Tzicuri Spa, among other offerings.

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