Costa Mujeres, Mexico

TRS Coral Hotel
The TRS Coral Hotel is one of the many major new hotels set to debut on Costa Mujeres. // Photography: Palladium Hotel Group

Just across the water from Isla Mujeres, which has been spotlighted in a number of up-and-coming destination profiles of its own, Costa Mujeres is beginning to make waves with a number of new resorts on the horizon. 

“While Cancun and the Riviera Maya continue to be among our top-selling destinations, Huatulco and Playa Mujeres are the fastest-growing in our Mexico portfolio,” says Tim Mullen, president of Apple Vacations. “Playa Mujeres, just north of Cancun, is rapidly expanding with amenity-rich resorts like Secrets, Dreams and Riu Palace joined by this month’s opening of Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres and the anticipation of Paradisus Playa Mujeres next spring.”

The family-friendly, all-inclusive Grand Palladium property is also home to a new member of Leading Hotels of the World: the TRS Coral Hotel. This luxury all-inclusive has 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, five themed restaurants including the Vegas-style dinner show Chic Cabaret, a Rafa Nadal Tennis Center and a 43,000-square-foot spa. Guests will also have access to the Grand Palladium’s nine restaurants through the resort’s Dine Around program.
 

Costa Mujeres, Mexico

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