Generations Riviera Maya by Karisma to Debut in February
Friday December 20th, 2013 - 9:54AM BP
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RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO—Karisma Hotels & Resorts will debut the Generations Riviera Maya by Karisma hotel here in February.
The latest addition to the newly launched Generations Resorts by Karisma brand, Generations Riviera Maya will feature all-suite, oceanfront accommodations with butler service, and swim-up infinity suites from the first to fourth floors. As a part of the company's Gourmet Inclusive concept, Generations Riviera Maya will include gourmet à la carte meals, premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and 24-hour room service.
Generations Riviera Maya will offer 144 oceanfront suites measuring upwards of 1,200 sq. ft. Designed with contemporary Caribbean décor and accents inspired by Mexican culture, Generations Riviera Maya has 17 suite categories, all with oceanfront views. Swim-up suites on the first floor will have a water-mirror balcony from which guests may step directly into a lazy river that connects to the main pool with swim-up bar.
Amenities will include 24-hour room service, oversize balcony or terrace, Jacuzzi for two, 42-inch LCD television with satellite, WiFi, DVD player and iPod docking alarm clock, bathrooms with double sinks, hair dryer, bathrobes, safety deposit box, minibar, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, direct-dial telephone and a vanity mirror. All suites will be accessible by both stairs and an elevator. Families with children will be able to take advantage of the resort’s Gourmet Inclusive baby amenities, including strollers, cribs, pack and plays, changing tables, monitors, bottle warmers, baby bathrobes and other items.
Numerous other services and amenities will be available as well.
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