Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Officially Opens in Costa Rica

Barbados, Saint Michael. October 03, 2018

Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Costa Rica opened its doors October 1, 2018, marking the opening of the first ever all-inclusive resort by the iconic lifestyle brand. Located at the base of the Papagayo Peninsula in the Guanacaste Region of Costa Rica, one of the most extraordinary coastal landscapes in the world, the all-inclusive resort brings unique and memorable experiences that translate into lifelong memories for their guests.

"It's been an amazing journey leading my all-star cast of employees to prepare for the grand opening of Planet Hollywood Beach Resort in Costa Rica," said General Manager Jonathan Iriarte. "With the perfect line-up of features, we can confidently say that our guests will receive the full Vacation Like A Star experience."

Situated amid a lush and vibrant hillside, the property allows guests to experience what it's like to Vacation Like A Star™, featuring 294 luxury suites, each complete with Phabulous Beds™, a hand-crafted custom mattress with bedding developed exclusively for Planet Hollywood guests, seven globally-infused restaurants and six bars, state of the art PUMPED Fitness Center, PH Spa, two serene swimming pools and splash zone.

Planet Hollywood Costa Rica boasts an all-star line up of activities and adventures for travelers of all ages. A curated list of excursions, PH Experiences, allows guests to discover the wonders of the famed Papagayo Gulf, from visiting incredibly life-like dinosaurs in an open-air jungle environment, to sailing and snorkeling in the Pacific Ocean's clear blue waters. Stars Kids Club brings imagination to life with fun and educational experiences such as Planet Hollywood TV, Walk of Fame Scavenger Hunt, Starlets Hall of Fame Party and more.

Keeping with the Planet Hollywood lifestyle, the resort entices guests with an array of signature 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™, providing guests with unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi resort wide, and Star Class™, delivering the full star experience with exclusive amenities and extraordinary service. The property is also home to the exclusive PH Shop™, which provides guests the opportunity to purchase branded merchandise, souvenirs and travel essentials.

In the spirit of providing guests with a locally influenced experience, while still celebrating the brand's iconic history, the resort features a design that takes advantage of its natural setting and incorporates locally sourced materials balanced by entertainment themed facilities and authentic Hollywood memorabilia - paying tribute to the surroundings, as well as some of Hollywood's best and brightest.

For more information, please visit www.planethollywoodhotels.com.


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