Margaritaville Island Reserve Resort Set to Open in Riviera Maya Early 2023

USA, Miami, Florida. August 16, 2022

Karisma Hotels & Resorts, the award-winning collection of properties spanning Latin America, the Caribbean and Mexico, and Margaritaville, the global lifestyle brand synonymous with fun and escapism, will open the doors to the third property under the Island Reserve brand, Margaritaville® Island Reserve Riviera Maya, in early 2023.

The new resort will be the first adults-only all-inclusive property for the brand, which boasts 355 suites within 13 room categories, nine food & beverage locations, three swimming pools, two pickleball courts, a world-class St. Somewhere Spa, the first LandShark Brewery in Mexico, and more.

"As our third property to open under the Island Reserve brand, we wanted to create a new experience for our guests that is different from the others, which is why Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Maya is our first adults-only destination," said Mario Mathieu, SVP Business Development, Design and Construction of Karisma Hotels & Resorts. "Here, guests will be transported to an upscale coastal retreat where every room offers a view due to its crescent moon shape. With an unmatched all-inclusive experience filled with gourmet and immersive culinary experiences, unique beverage options, exceptional personalized service, and the first LandShark Brewery in Mexico, guests will have ample opportunity to mix and mingle with other guests with the resort's highly social ambiance."

Coastal Chic Accommodations Offer Ultimate Laidback Luxury

Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Maya sits on a beautiful Mexican beach with unparalleled views of the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The resort features 355 suites within 13 room types consisting of king and double queen rooms, all of which offer the perfect balance between comfort and luxury with blue hues of the sea, sand, and sky serving as the backdrop.

Guests can choose from spacious King Paradise Suites, offering ample outdoor space; the exclusive Beachfront Honeymoon Suites, an ocean-front suite complete with a fully-furnished living area and wrap-around terrace; to the Oceanfront Paradise Swim-Up Studio, boasting stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and featuring a king-sized bedroom and living area that opens to a spacious decked terrace and infinity pool.

The Coral Reefer Signature Suite offers the ultimate luxury experience and is complete with signature outdoor living space that can accommodate eight, including a fully furnished terrace, an oversized private infinity pool, a custom-built gaucho style grill, and an outdoor pool table. Private butler service allows guests to enjoy total relaxation.

Expansive Gourmet Dining and Lively Bars

Guests will indulge in mouth-watering creations at the resort's five restaurants, which include JWB Steakhouse, where guests are​ invited to step into the aging room where our "Meat Sommelier" will explain everything one needs to know about the restaurant's vast variety of cuts; Frank & Lola's, an Italian trattoria serving handcrafted and authentic dishes that make guests feel like they've been transported to the heart of Italy; LandShark Brewery & Grill, serving LandShark Lager brewed on-site and a variety of freshly-grilled specialties; The Boathouse, an all-day dining venue with inventive culinary creations and an international food display; and Far Side of the World, serving the best of the Pacific Rim with unique culinary creations from faraway places.

In addition, guests will enjoy four resort bars, which include Salted Rim, an agave-inspired mixology bar; License to Chill Bar, Wet Feet Bar & Beachside Grill, a chilled beachside atmosphere just steps away from the sea; the famous Five o'Clock Somewhere Bar & Swim-Up Bar; and the classic S.O.S. Swim-Up Bar.

Meetings and Events with Margaritaville Island Reserve

Another first for the Island Reserve brand, Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Maya features close to 5,000 square feet of premium meeting space for up to 400 people with three breakout rooms with unobstructed views of the Mexican-Caribbean Sea. Whether it's a group gathering, a corporate event, a friends' getaway, or a social club get-together, the resort can accommodate groups of any size for any occasion.

In addition, couples can book their wedding at the picturesque Sky Wedding location, which boasts breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and offers the perfect ​​setting for the ceremony, cocktail reception, or private dinner.

Island Reserve Inclusive Boasting Nonstop Activities

Not only will guests enjoy luxurious accommodations and a top-notch food and beverage program, Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Maya will offer nonstop activities for the ultimate Island Reserve Inclusive vacation experience. From the relaxing St. Somewhere Spa complete with nine treatment rooms including a couples suite and Bridal Suite to the 2,000 square-foot Fins Up! Fitness Center with a 700-square-foot outdoor terrace, wellness travelers will be able to relax and recharge as they enjoy paradise.

Weekly events will include pool parties with live bands and DJs, evening beach bonfires, pickleball and cornhole tournaments, and daytime fitness activities including yoga, aqua fit, functional training, and more. Travelers will also have complimentary access to the resort's non-motorized water sports equipment, including kayaks, snorkeling, and stand-up paddleboards. In addition, guests will enjoy an interactive and immersive entertainment experience, ranging from a solo singer to a full band playing classics to current favorites.

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