Dream Hotel Group Plans New Hotel in Playa del Carmen

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Dream Hotel Group has announced plans for a new luxury lifestyle hotel in Playa del Carmen. Called Emma & Elissa by Dream Hotel Group and with a planned 2023 opening, the new property will represent the second for the hotel group in the Yucatán Peninsula and its fifth overall in Mexico

Plans call for 220 guestrooms and suites, as well as amenities ranging from a rooftop infinity pool deck to a bar and lounge with unobstructed views of the Caribbean, a second ground-level pool with a mixology bar, a lounge area and sun deck, a signature restaurant, a beachfront café, a kids club and a fitness center. Famous Mexican architect Rodrigo de la Peña will be responsible for the design of the new hotel, which will also include condos. 

The hotel will be one hour south of Cancun International Airport, close to Playa del Carmen’s shopping, dining and entertainment, as well as places for scuba diving, snorkeling and beachfront relaxation. 

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Dream Hotel Group is a curated collection of independent hotels. The company is collaborating with Mexico-based developers Aldea Oceana Holdings S.A.P.I. de C.V., a partnership between Grupo Proactivo and Foro Construcciones, on the project. Dream Hotel Group currently has 16 properties open and over 20 in various stages of development worldwide. In Mexico, the company is also in the midst of developing The Chatwal San Miguel de Allende, The Chatwal Valle de Guadalupe, Dream Valle de Guadalupe and Unscripted Tulum.

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