LVMH Set To Open Massive Mexican Luxury Resort In 2017
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An exciting, massive and lavish new hotel complex is quickly rising on the shores of Chamela Bay in Jalisco, Mexico.
That’s the latest from Entorno Turistico, via Google Translate. The publication reveals what is said to be the latest undertaking for global luxury goods conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy, also known as LVMH.
According to the report, hardly an expense will be spared on what should be an extravagant destination in a gorgeous slice of Mexico. The hotel will spring up over the next year just outside of La Huerta near Careyes beach, and the details coming out of the report are extremely promising.
LVMH is pouring $230 million into a venture that will culminate in a resort with 52 rooms that come bearing quite the impressive price tag. One will pay handsomely for what is sure to be an amazing view, because a stay will reportedly set guests back $4,000.
There is already a golf course and marina for its future guests to utilize nearby. While images of the property are tough to come by, there is this Instagram image offeres by user lasrosadas that shows the beauty of nearby Careyes beach:
While not a shot of the property, this YouTube video gives a nice aerial view of the beach located at Chamela Bay. It gives you some idea of the area.
The report also signals a budding airport that will ensure tourists will have an infrastructure to utilize as a resplendent resort area starts to welcome visitors from all over.
Back in April, Mexico News Daily reports on federal highway 200, which runs north to south, and promises the kind of thoroughfare that will ultimately guide and entice travelers to resorts peppered along the coast.
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The report has a bit more on the Chalacatepec airport, ready in about 18 months: “Once ready, the 90-million-peso airport will be able to accommodate 170-passenger aircraft, and both commercial and private flights. The new airport is just one of the items in a broader, US $400-million investment package announced last year to develop Costa Alegre.”
LVMH is just one name infusing the area with palatial resorts as One & Only and the Four Seasons also have promising properties springing up in the area.
As for what is being called Cheval Blanc, the property is set to open at some point in 2017 when an airport, highway and rejuvenated coastline all coalesce into what may just be the next must-enjoy destination hot spot.
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