Dream Hotel Group Signs Three New Locations in Tulum, Mexico

USA, New York City, New York. June 29, 2020

Celebrated hotel and brand management company Dream Hotel Group announced today a new partnership with leading Tulum-based real estate development group Los Amigos to operate three new properties in Tulum, Mexico. All three projects will fall under the company's new By Dream Hotel Group lifestyle brand.

The three new locations - one beachfront hotel and two condo-hotels - will be branded as Central Park Lagunas by Dream Hotel Group Tulum, Central Park Rios by Dream Hotel Group Tulum and The Beach Club by Dream Hotel Group Tulum for a total of up to 217 rooms.

Ownership group Los Amigos Tulum is considered the largest real estate developer in Tulum, Mexico. With a strong emphasis to sustainability and new technologies, Los Amigos projects focus on renewable energy and most recently included the first electrical passenger drone in Mexico.

"Los Amigos is one of the top players in Mexico and the perfect partner to bring our vision of hospitality to life in the beautiful coastal resort town of Tulum," said Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein.

This latest partnership represents a major milestone for Dream Hotel Group, as it marks the group's third, fourth and fifth locations in the Riviera Maya for a total of eight hotels in Mexico, further positioning the company as one of the fastest growing international boutique hotel brands in the country. Previously announced projects in Mexico included The Chatwal San Miguel de Allende, The Chatwal Valle de Guadalupe, Dream Valle de Guadalupe and Emma & Elissa by Dream Hotel Group in Playa del Carmen.

"We are thrilled to partner with Dream Hotel Group in Tulum," said Marc Levy, Chief Operating Officer of Los Amigos. "Our two groups have a clear philosophy that builds from an authentic approach to creating unique experiences and we look forward to developing additional locations in one of the world's most desirable beachfront destinations."

Set to open in winter 2020, Central Park Lagunas by Dream Hotel Group Tulum will feature 177 rooms, an expansive pool deck, signature restaurant, fitness center and spa. Central Park Rios by Dream Hotel Group Tulum will open in winter 2022 with 120 keys, one signature restaurant, multiple fitness areas, lobby lounge and spacious pool deck. Set to open spring 2021, The Beach Club by Dream Hotel Group Tulum will be located on one of the best stretches of white sand beach in Tulum and is part of an existing water front property that will be reconditioned to include up to 20 new guest rooms, a restaurant and outdoor lounge boasting unobstructed views of the Caribbean, a mixology bar, a wellness area directly on the beach with massage tables, yoga and meditation space.

"We are pleased to partner with Nico Wilmes and Marc Levy from Los Amigos. Their energy, passion and vision for Tulum makes them the ideal partner. I am delighted to bring forward this key partnership in Mexico to our group," added Christian Glauser Benz, Vice President of Development, Dream Hotel Group.

By Dream Hotel Group is a curated collection of independent hotels that fosters each property's unique identity. Whether adaptive reuse or new build, By Dream Hotel Group blends intelligent and bespoke design with thoughtfully curated programming to deliver exceptional lifestyle experiences that entertain, connect and best serve the culture and community of its locale.

In collaboration with development partners who share a passion for showcasing innovation and cultural trends, By Dream Hotel Group is committed to creating hotels that celebrate the distinct and original elements of every touchpoint within its guest rooms, dining, nightlife, wellness, entertainment, technology and the arts. The company plans to announce future By Dream Hotel Group locations in new and emerging destinations worldwide in the coming months.

With 16 hotels open today and another 20+ locations in various stages of development worldwide, Dream Hotel Group remains one of the fastest-growing independent lifestyle hotel companies in the world.

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