Marriott to Open Autograph Collection Experience Resort in Cancun

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Marriott International partners with Sunwing Travel Group to launch Royalton Splash Riviera Cancun.

The Autograph Collection resort is due to open in late 2022, adding to the group’s growing all-inclusive portfolio.

The all-inclusive experience

When it opens later this year, the 1,049-key Royalton Splash Riviera Cancun will be part of the All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy portfolio that currently includes nearly 30 properties across eight locations in the Caribbean and Latin America. The resort is owned and operated by Blue Diamond Resorts.

“We are delighted to continue working with Blue Diamond Resorts to add another exciting all-inclusive resort to the All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy portfolio,” said Laurent de Kousemaekerdirector of development in the Caribbean and Latin America for Marriott International.

“The Autograph Collection Hotels brand stands for individuality, with each hotel being a product of passion, making this brand an exceptional choice for this important project and the other 20 Blue Diamond Resorts that have joined the collection.”

A new lifestyle destination

The all-inclusive resort that also includes a water park will offer guests a range of experiences in the facilities that are expected to include a theater, bowling, water attractions and a number of immersive culinary encounters at 12 restaurants and nine bars.

“We are thrilled to have Royalton Splash Riviera Cancun join Marriott’s Autograph Collection brand,” said Jordi Pelfort, president of hotels and resorts for Sunwing Travel Group. “Today’s announcement reinforces Blue Diamond’s position as one of the fastest growing hotel chains in the Caribbean.

The All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy Collection is designed to refine and elevate the all-inclusive industry with properties spanning multiple Marriott International brands. Last year, the group announced the start of a long-term agreement with Sunwing Travel Group’s hotel division, Blue Diamond Resorts, with plans to add 20 hotels to its portfolio through the partnership.

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