Grupo Vidanta to Open The Estates, a New Luxury Resort Development

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Grupo Vidanta, a resort and tourism developer in Mexico and Latin America, has announced the introduction of The Estates, a luxury development to debut at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta and Vidanta Riviera Maya, two of the company’s seven resort portfolio destinations. It formerly existed under the name of "Jungle Estates."

With an initial presence in Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta and Vidanta Riviera Maya, The Estates will be Vidanta’s premier resort offering, positioned for the luxury market. The new units will be designed to reflect the beauty of the surrounding natural landscape. 

The Estates will be in nature-filled settings at Nuevo Vallarta and Riviera Maya, with accommodations available in one-, two- and four-bedroom configurations. With an indoor-outdoor al fresco design, all three of The Estates' accommodations will be designed with modern touches while embracing the cultures of both coastal destinations. Guests will experience living and dining room spaces, spa-inspired bathrooms, terraces and a private outdoor pool and lounge area. Model units will be available for guests to tour later this year.

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These accommodations coincide with the experiences and offerings of both locations, including the Norman Signature Golf Course, Almaverde farm, and Santuario entertainment plaza at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta and the Cirque du Soleil show, JOYÀ, The Beach Club, and Salum Beachside Eateries and Market at Vidanta Riviera Maya.

Grupo Vidanta, specializing in vacation destinations, luxury hotel brands, golf courses, real estate, tourism infrastructure and entertainment was founded in 1974 by Daniel Chávez Morán.

For more information, visit https://www.grupovidanta.com/

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