Over $1 billion in investments are being pumped into the city of Acapulco through 2022, according to tourism officials. The money is going to build an extreme space adventure attraction, renovate hotels and open a new medical center and tennis stadium. Included are renovations of the Pierre Mundo Imperial and Princess Mundo Imperial.
In late 2018, Palladium Hotel Group is set to open two new hotels as part of a resort complex near Cancun. The 673-room Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa will have nine restaurants, four pools and a 16,000-square-foot convention center. The 473-room TRS Coral Hotel will be all-inclusive and adults-only, and will have four restaurants, an infinity pool and a beach club.
In September, the Mexico Tourism Board debuted a new global campaign called “A World of Its Own” that aims to stress the nation’s diverse offerings. “This new campaign is an invitation to immerse yourself in everything that is Mexico,” said Hector Flores Santana, Mexico Tourism Board’s CEO.
Two Los Cabos hotels—Hotel Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas and Hotel Riu Santa Fe—reopened in September following extensive renovations required after Tropical Storm Lidia struck the destination.
Los Cabos is welcoming a variety of new hotels, including the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos, which opened earlier this year, as well as the Montage Los Cabos and Zadun, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, which are scheduled to open in 2018.