New Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Coming to Cancun

USA, Tallahassee, Florida. April 15, 2019

Following the successful opening of Planet Hollywood Costa Rica in late 2018, the highly-anticipated Planet Hollywood Beach Resort Cancun will be rolling out the red carpet in late 2019 on the vibrant beaches of Mexico's Costa Mujeres. Located just north of Cancun's Hotel Zone, Planet Hollywood Cancun brings a Vacation Like a Star™ experience to travelers of all ages looking to rewrite the script on all inclusive vacations.

Guests can get close to authentic Hollywood Memorabilia in a beachfront setting and dine at any of 16 world-class restaurants including Guy Fieri's Burger Joint. With no detail overlooked, Planet Hollywood Cancun brings curated entertainment experiences with refreshing pools, luxurious rooms, nine bars, four swimming pools, a lazy river, trampoline park, kids/teens club, and a mini golf course, making it the ideal destination for work, family, romance and play.

Planet Hollywood Cancun's professionally designed wellness program, PHIT, brings active vacationers the top-trending fitness regimes straight from Hollywood. Wellness enthusiasts can refuel at the Fix Juice Bar with refreshments such as freshly-prepared Watermelon Cucumber Juice on the menu. The Planet Hollywood wellness story continues at the PH Spa & Beauty Bar, featuring celebrity favorite and award-winning Eminence Organics Skin Care products.

Planet Hollywood Hotels & Resorts is now offering an introductory 50% off web-exclusive offer, making it even easier to Vacation Like A Star™. For more information or to book a stay, please call 1-855-744-8371 or visit www.planethollywoodhotels.com.


Tags: hotel opening, all inclusive resort, cancun resort, planet hollywood resort

About Planet Hollywood Hotels and Resorts

Media Contact:

Brooke Youngblood
Senior Account Coordinator
Bright Red Agency
T: 850-668-6824
E: byoungblood@brightredagency.com
W: http://www.planethollywoodhotels.com/property/cancun

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