Barceló Riviera Maya project targets conferences

Barceló Maya Beach is part of the Barceló Maya Grand Resort. Photo credit: Barceló

Fueled by a $250 million investment, the all-inclusive Barceló Maya Grand Resort complex on Mexico's Riviera Maya in December will complete its Barceló Maya Riviera resort, then in May 2020 open what the company is calling the largest convention center in the region, the Barceló Maya Arena. 

The resort will offer 850 guestrooms, five restaurants, five bars and four pools, while the convention center will cover more than 190,000 square feet of customizable multi-purpose space for expos, conventions and events. A 3,400-square-foot terrace will be available for social functions and receptions while a gazebo will be available for weddings. 

Barceló complex includes the Barceló Maya Palace, Barceló Maya Beach, Barceló Maya Caribe, Barceló Maya Colonial and Barceló Maya Tropical.

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