Experiencias Xcaret presented its new ecotourism project in the Riviera Maya, Hotel Xcaret Mexico, a natural retreat inspired by the Mexican traditions and hospitality. The resort will open in December 2017 with an investment of $330 million and is located at Destino Xcaret.
The five “houses” that make up Hotel Xcaret Mexico offer a different and personalized lodging experience: Casa Fuego, adults only; Casa Tierra, premier families ; Casa Agua, spa & wellness; Casa Espiral, adults oriented; and Casa Viento, family oriented. Thanks to its ALL-FUN INCLUSIVE® program, all guests will have free access to Experiencias Xcaret Nature parks and tours, as well as each of their dining plans.
Experiencias Xcaret, leader in sustainable and socially responsible tourist recreation, operates the most emblematic parks of Mexico: Xcaret, Xel-Há, Xplor, Xplor Fuego, Xoximilco, Xenses, as well as the Xenotes and Xichen Tours. All of these are included in Hotel Xcaret Mexico’s ALL-FUN INCLUSIVE® program.
“We want our guests to feel Mexico in their hearts. They will experience a mystical and fun space inspired by Mexican warmth, and through visits to our parks with their natural wealth and vibrant culture, they will take into memory moments that will transform forever the concept of vacation,” said architect Marcos Constandse Redko, Executive Director of Destino Xcaret Hotels.
This experience with The Best of Mexico Included® presents ten restaurants and eight bars that will guide guests on a culinary journey, featuring Mexican gastronomy.
Those seeking scenery immersed in nature for events and celebrations will find at the resort a Convention Center with six halls, as well as the Hacienda Henequenera and a variety of natural and unique environments in the Riviera Maya.
In accordance with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program and Sustainability Program of Grupo Experiencias Xcaret, Xcaret Hotel Mexico will be the first in Mexico to open with EarthCheck certification in Planning and Design.
“There were nine years of planning and geological, environmental and water studies, among others, not only to preserve the ecosystems, but also to enhance them,” said architect David Quintana, Development Director of Experiences Xcaret, who also emphasized that it will implement programs for the efficient use of water and electric energy, complementing the commitment of sustainability of Hotel Xcaret Mexico.
Ninety percent of construction material suppliers are national and local, boosting the economy of the region and reducing the carbon footprint. Also, artisans from different entities of the country have created more than a thousand works embroidered by hand in Chiapas, 900 pieces carved in onyx, artisan tiles from Guadalajara and dozens of inputs in wood, amate paper, black clay and talavera, bringing the charm of Mexican folk art to every space in the hotel.
With the opening of Hotel Xcaret Mexico, Destino Xcaret begins the first phase of an innovative tourism development that covers 914 acres and will be completed in the next 12 years.