Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts will open in Riviera Maya In the Fall of 2020. Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya will aim to offer travelers a wide range of activities and amenities. This coming year, a slew of new hotels and resorts will open in Mexico. Everything from huge water parks to historical allusions will aim to entice travelers to stay.
Here’s a look at some of the buzziest hotel openings in Mexico and beyond for 2020.
Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya, Mexico
Firstly, no it’s not the first Nickelodeon hotel. However, Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya in Mexico will launch late next year. Secondly, the #1 children´s resort brand aims to make a big splash! Specifically, the resort will feature the largest water attraction in the Riviera Maya: About 500,000 square feet of fun to be exact.
Aqua Nick will also feature a lazy river, tubes, slides plus a kids-only interactive water playground. Besides all the outdoor water fun, families will also enjoy oceanfront villas and suites with state of the art in-room entertainment. Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya is a Gourmet-inclusive resort by Karisma Hotels and Resorts. And finally, there will be Nickelodeon-themed adventures for kids and dining as well as bar experiences for parents. For all intents and purposes, this resort will be the best family oriented resort in the Riviera Maya.
Graduate Roosevelt Island, New York City
Opening in June 2020, this Graduate hotel is touted as the first hotel on New York’s Roosevelt Island. Built in conjunction with Cornell Tech, a New York City-based campus of Cornell University. Most significantly, you can expect striking views of the Manhattan skyline, Brooklyn and Queens. Additionally, there will be a combo indoor-outdoor rooftop bar, among other perks.
Orient Express Mahanakhon Bangkok, Thailand
This new hotel aims to reinvent “the legendary train’s spirit of luxury and adventure,” for 21st century travelers, according to its website. Architect Tristan Auer designed the hotel with Thai and French influences in mind and used lacquer, silk, ceramics and basketwork for decorations. Most notably, guests will go on a journey themselves and each part of the hotel is designed to rediscover the magic of the Orient Express.
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