El Cid Resorts is scheduled to open Ventus at Marina El Cid Spa & Beach Resort Cancún Riviera Maya this November. This resort will be El Cid’s seventh property in México, following its sister property Hotel Marina El Cid Spa & Beach Resort, also located in Cancún Riviera Maya, along with other properties located in Mazatlán and Cozumel.
Located along the coast between Cancún and Playa del Carmen, this beachfront property will have 290 suites with private balconies, each ranging from 575 square feet to 2,854 square feet. Ventus at Marina El Cid Spa & Beach Resort will also have a spa, a 2,088 square foot fitness center, two infinity pools, a 3,675 square foot main pool with children areas, two adult-only Jacuzzis, gourmet eateries, convention centers and five wedding venues.
The resort was designed by a team headed by Fernando Berdegué Sacristán, VP of construction and new product development. The team worked with designers and architects Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin, incorporating natural materials .
Dining options at the property will include Île de France, Mercado de Dolores, Pizzeria II Peccato, Sea Place, Maiz, Wok Asian Cuisine, Fresko, La Crêpe and Aromas. Lounges and bars will include the Macondo ocean deck bar, which will have a view of the infinity pool; Abnia lobby bar; and Zanza lounge bar, located between the two main pools.
Other amenities at the resort will include a fitness center, main pool with a children’s area, an adults-only area with two Jacuzzis, and infinity pools.
Located adjacent to the resort, the El Cocay Spa will have ocean-front massage cabanas, hydrotherapy facilities, steam room and sauna, hair and nail salon, and a boutique.
For weddings, the property will have venues that can accommodate up to 400 people, including El Cid Marina Jetty, an ocean-front gazebo.
The convention center will be able to hold up to 500 guests and is divisible into six breakout rooms, with group check-in areas and a variety of private, outdoor venues.
The property will have a 120-slip full-service marina, providing harbor to yachts and boats.