New Leading Hotel to Open in Mexico’s Costa Mujeres

Mexico will soon have a new member of Leading Hotels of the World (LHW): TRS Coral Hotel. The Palladium Hotel Group property, which is set to open in November just north of Cancun, will become one of 11 properties in the country with the LHW designation.

The property will be set on the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Costa Mujeres, which is about 30 minutes from Cancun International Airport. Plans call for the property to have 469 guestrooms, each with a balcony or terrace, whirlpool bath, direct access to exclusive swim-up pools and views over the Costa Mujeres landscape. Guests will also be able to take advantage of butler service and 24-hour room service.

In terms of dining, the hotel will have five themed restaurants, as well as the Chic Cabaret & Restaurant. Guests will also have access to all the services of Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa, including its nine à la carte restaurants, through the Dine Around program.

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Other amenities will include the Rafa Nadal Tennis Centre, which will offer training programs adapted to all ages and levels, as well as the Zentropia by Palladium Spa & Wellness, which will span more than 43,000 square feet.

Leading Hotels of the World has more than 375 luxury hotels in 75 countries worldwide. Reservations for the TRS Coral Hotel are available now for stays starting November 1.

Visit www.palladiumhotelgroup.com/en/brands/trs-hotels/trs-hotels-coral/

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