More All Inclusive Resorts Coming to Mexico and the Caribbean

In the past couple of weeks, many resort parent companies have announced expansion plans. 

Sunscape Resorts announced that they will be opening its fist property in Cancun on December 1, 2018.  It will be names Sunscape Star Cancun situated between Puerto Cancun and Playa Mujeres.  The Star concept is designed to offer clients an elevated level of service and amenities, along with its signature Unlimited Fun inclusions.

Playa Resorts not only went public in the last 30 days it also sealed a huge deal purchasing five large resorts in the Montego Bay and Ocho Rios area in Jamaica.  The resorts it purchased was the Hilton Rose Hall, and all four Jewel properties - Dunn's River, Runaway Bay, Paradise Cove and Jamaica Grande.  It currently operates two Panama Jack resorts in the Cancun/Rivera Maya area in Mexico, the two Hyatt properties in Jamaica, as well as the Sanctuary resort in the Cap Cana area in the Dominican Republic.

Temptation is expanding it's "sexy vacation" options as it released the news that is spending $70 million to build a new resort in the Dominican Republic, which is scheduled to open at the end of 2019.  Temptation just recently reopened its Cancun location after a major renovation closed it for several months.  It also announced it will be offering the first ever topless Temptation Caribbean Cruise out of Tampa schedule to set sail on February 13, 2020.  There will be theme nights, VIP performance and celebrity DJ's on board.

Royalton Resorts is opening a new property in Cancun scheduled to open at the end of 2018 and another resort in Antigua in early 2019. The Cancun resort will offer oceanfront luxury suites and the first Royalton Rooftop SkyClub.  Antigua will have very modern accommodation and situated on a private beach. 

 Sunscape Star Cancun

Sunscape Star Cancun