KASA Hotel Riviera Maya Set for June 2019 Opening in Puerto Aventuras on the Riviera Maya

Mexico, Puerto Aventuras. March 20, 2019

KASA Hotel Collection announces the opening of its second hotel in Mexico, KASA Hotel Riviera Maya. The new hotel will open June 2019 in the exclusive community of Puerto Aventuras on the Riviera Maya. 

KASA Hotel Riviera Maya, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World™, sits in the exclusive beach, marine and golf community of Puerto Aventuras. This private gated community is an up-and-coming area on the Riviera Maya, away from the crowds in an area of lush tropical foliage, with a smart sailing community, full-service marina, golf course and uncrowded beach. Puerto Aventuras is located just south of Cancun and downtown Playa del Carmen.

The 42-accomodation boutique hotel is set among lush palm-treed filled jungle adjacent to the Caribbean lagoon. KASA Hotel Riviera Maya offers oversized rooms and one- and two-bedroom suites, including three Penthouse suites with pool and terrace, as well as the KASA Cooper Private Villa. All accommodations are equipped with flat screen televisions, air conditioning, WiFi, coffee maker and in-room safe. Local organic toiletries add to the Mexican experience. Decor is fresh and airy, with most rooms facing the lagoon and pool areas.

A world-class restaurant and bar, overseen by Chef Gilberto Canto Pool whose credentials include the KOCINA Restaurant and famous SUR Steakhouse in Playa del Carmen, serves three meals daily as well as light bites at the bar throughout the day. The menu is oriented towards modern Mexican cuisine using seafood and local Mayan ingredients such as chaya and chocolate delicacies. A private chef can be arranged as can romantic or family dinners on the beach. Should you prefer to dine en suite, the hotel will take care of pre-arrival grocery shopping.

Families are welcome at the hotel. The hotel features an infinity-edged pool and a swim-up bar, with lots of toys for the little ones to use both in and out of the pool. A frequent shuttle takes guests to the nearby beach and beach club on the Caribbean Sea, which is also within walking distance from the hotel. The private beach club treats guests with its own restaurant and a full-service marina for docking yachts or embarking on sunset cruises and other sailings. The Tom Lehman-designed signature golf course affords guests of Hotel KASA Riviera Maya preferred tee times. Adventurous guests will also enjoy swimming with the dolphins at the Dolphin Discovery program, located at the beach.

For guests seeking a wellness component to their stay, the concierge at KASA Hotel Riviera Maya can arrange a full complement of spa services including beachfront massages and private yoga instruction. Bicycles are available, complimentary, for guest use to explore the area, visit the shops in the village, or ride to the beach. If you're feeling less energetic, the hotel will arrange use of a golf cart for your use.

Additionally, Hotel KASA Riviera Maya's concierge can arrange the hotel's signature KASA Experiences, which include full- and half-day activities such as cenote diving, biking explorations of the area's Mayan ruins, Mexican cooking classes, shopping excursions, snorkeling and scuba diving (and certification), yacht and sailing tours, ATV trips, horseback riding, sport fishing trips and architectural expeditions.

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