Planet Hollywood to open first all-inclusive Costa Rica resort

A rendering of the Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Costa Rica. Photo credit: Planet Hollywood

Planet Hollywood revealed its foray into the all-inclusive space with with its first resort, Planet Hollywood Beach Resort, slated to open Oct. 1, 2018 on the Gulf of Papagayo in Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province. 

Located at the base of the Peninsula Papagayo, Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Costa Rica is a hillside property that takes advantage of its natural setting with a design based on the understanding of the local environment.

The all-inclusive resort will have 294 luxury suites, each complete with Phabulous Beds, a hand-crafted custom mattress with bedding developed exclusively for Planet Hollywood guests, and will offer a variety of dining options from around the globe, including a Guy Fieri’s Burger Joint. The property will also be home to Pumped Fitness Center, PH Spa & Beauty Bar, offering the Eminence Organic Skin Care line, a PH Shop, two pools, a hot tub and Point Break, the sequel pool bar.


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Keeping with the Planet Hollywood lifestyle, the resort will offer several brand offerings, including the Your Soundtrack music program where guests can choose a music theme to create the soundtrack of their vacation. Other brand offerings include the Main Event Guarantee, allowing guests to catch all major events in real time, and Plugged In, which provides guests with unlimited high speed Wi-Fi resortwide.

Planet Hollywood Costa Rica offers activities and adventures for travelers of all ages, including a curated list of excursions—PH Experiences—allowing guests to explore the Papagayo Gulf. Starlets Kids Club offers both fun and educational experiences such as Planet Hollywood TV, Walk of Fame Scavenger Hunt, Starlets Hall of Fame Party and more.

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