Buoyed by the region’s most liberal testing policies, the Mexican Caribbean has seen stunning tourism growth since the summer of 2020 — outpacing much of the rest of the region and cementing its place as one of the Caribbean’s most popular travel hotspots.
And it’s not just new flights and travelers – the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan peninsula continues to see new hotel development at a blazing place.
The newest addition is the latest property by the fast-growing Secrets brand, which is debuting a sparkling new resort in Playa del Carmen this week.
The new Mexican Caribbean property is Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen, an all-suite, 485-unit beach resort about 10 minutes from Playa’s bustling Quinta Avenida and the newest addition to Apple Leisure Group’s AMR Collection, now part of Hyatt.
It’s a significant new addition to the most popular beach town in the Mexican Caribbean, and the 12th Secrets resort to open its doors in Mexico.
There are a total of 18 dining concepts, from a pool bar called The Cove to the Ember steakhouse and Dos Almas, which specializes in “authentic Mexican cuisine” — with a taco tasting bar to boot.
That’s including a Preferred Club eatery called the Observatory, set on a rooftop overlooking the sea.
The biggest story might be the diverse poolscape – which includes a total of seven different heated pools, some of which are what Secrets calls “man-made cenotes” — the latter a nod to the natural pools for which the Yucatan peninsula is trending. (There’s also a rooftop pool for the resort’s Preferred Club guests).
That’s along with one of Secrets’ essentials — a Pevonia spa, featuring 16 treatment rooms, 5 VIP double treatment rooms with private plunge pools and a hydrotherapy circuit, sauna and steam room, among other amenities.
No area of the region has seen stronger growth than the Mexican Caribbean, and the Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen is yet another new stunner.
For more, visit Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen.