All-inclusive concept hotel planned for Riviera Maya, Mexico

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Ocean by H10 Hotels will open its third all-inclusive property in Riviera Maya, Mexico, a unique “concept” hotel to be called Ocean Riviera Paradise.

Designed to accommodate the needs of Ocean's varied clientele, Ocean Riviera Paradise, expected to open in December, 2016, will feature four distinct guest subdivisions.

“Daisy” section will cater to families, and will feature adjoining guest rooms, proximity to the children’s pool and Daisy daycare facilities.

“Privilege” area will feature upgraded guest rooms with access to exclusive amenities such as butler service, a private lounge and swimming area, concierge services and preferential dining reservations.

The majority of the resort’s 970 rooms will be positioned in “Eden”, an area designed for those who wish to experience the most of the Caribbean destination.

An adults-only section, “El Beso”, will host guests aged 18 and older.

The new hotel is located on prime beachfront in Playa del Carmen, just 40 minutes from Cancun.  Preliminary designs of the new Ocean Riviera Paradise reflect minimalist contemporary style architecture, with rich wood accents and a soothing tropical palate.

Ocean Riviera Paradise is the company’s third all-inclusive five-star beachfront resort in the Mexican Riviera.  Sister properties in Mexico include Ocean Coral & Turquesa in Puerto Morelos and Ocean Maya Royale in Playa Del Carmen.

Other Caribbean resorts operated by the company include Ocean Blue & Sand in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Ocean Varadero El Patriarca and Ocean Vista Azul in Varadero, Cuba; and Ocean Casa del Mar in Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba.
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