Following on the heels of its successful 2018 opening of Planet Hollywood Costa Rica, Planet Hollywood has announced that it is bringing its high-wattage glam to yet another popular beach destination.
Planet Hollywood Cancun will be the next in the brand’s line-up of vibrant beach getaways. Here’s an advance look at what guests can expect at the property, which aims to rewrite the script on all-inclusive vacations.
The new Planet Hollywood property is expected to roll out the red carpet in late 2019. It will be located on the beaches of Mexico’s Costa Mujeres, just north of Cancun’s Hotel Zone. The upcoming opening holds a special place for the company, as the Cancun resort will be the largest location under Planet Hollywood’s new line of luxury all-inclusives.
Guests can get close to Hollywood memorabilia in a beachfront setting and dine at any of 16 world-class restaurants at the new property. The 1,027-room new-build resort will be reflective of the iconic lifestyle brand and will offer curated entertainment experiences.
SOURCE: TRAVEL PULSE
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