Karisma, GOGO Open Bookings for First Margaritaville Resort

Five O'Clock Somewhere Bar

Margaritaville Island Reserve by Karisma Riviera Cancún, the first all-inclusive resort developed as part of a new partnership between Karisma and Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville lifestyle brand, has partnered with GOGO Vacations. The resort is set to open in March 2020. 

The all-inclusive resort is now live for bookings with GOGO Vacations, the first tour operator to go live with the property, offering up to 60 percent savings for bookings made by January 12, 2020, for stays starting March 18, 2020. In the coming weeks, bookings for the resort will be live with all tour operators, Karisma said.

Located beachfront along the Riviera Maya coastline in Mexico, Margaritaville Island Reserve by Karisma Riviera Cancún will deliver such “barefoot luxury” amenities as flip-flops and welcome drinks upon arrival. The resort has 148 guestrooms and suites, along with four pools, four restaurants, six specialty bars including a License to Chill Bar and 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar, and an 8,000-square-foot St. Somewhere Spa, by Karisma.


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Reflecting a savings of up to 60 percent, rates at Margaritaville Island Reserve by Karisma Riviera Cancún start at $200 per person, per night based on double occupancy. For bookings, visit https://www.gogowwv.com. Rates are Island Reserve Inclusive and include accommodations, food, premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, 24-hour room service, Joe Merchant’s In-Room Bar Experience and Island Ambassador service. 

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