Royal Caribbean International will open a destination in Mexico

Royal Beach Club Cozumel is the cruise line's next destination, which will be available in 2026

(Source: Royal Caribbean)

Royal Caribbean International will put a new beach club on the map. The world's largest cruise line has announced the expansion of its destination offering with Royal Beach Club Cozumel in Mexico, which will open in 2026. At the beach club's future location along the island's western coast, the president and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group, Jason Liberty, and president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, Michael Bayley, revealed plans for the next Royal Beach Club Collection experience, together with the secretary of tourism of Quintana Roo, Bernardo Cueto Riesta and the Mayor of Cozumel, Juanita Alonso.

“We are delighted to strengthen our long partnership with the local community and government to continue bringing our guests to Mexico,” said Jason Liberty, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group.

“The expansion of our destination offering aligns with growing global demand for the best vacation experiences and allows our guests to connect with the beauty of local cultures and people in the places they visit.”

"Anticipation for upcoming Royal Caribbean destinations has continued to grow since we announced Royal Beach Club Paradise Island in the Bahamas, opening in 2025. Now is the perfect time to announce the next destination in this collection with Royal Beach Club. Cozumel," said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International. “Cozumel is an incredible destination, and the beach club will perfectly complement everything the island has to offer as an experience that combines familiar touches of Royal Caribbean with the energy of Mexico, along with amenities and activities for every type of vacationer.”

Equipped with stunning beaches, views and pools for every taste, Royal Beach Club Cozumel will welcome vacationers to their best beach day in Mexico, complete with the attention to detail in the experience, service and design that characterizes Royal Caribbean. Everyone can make memories with a mix of experiences from lounging to enjoying swim-up bars, pools geared toward relaxation enthusiasts and families, private cabanas, snorkeling, kayaking and more. And to enjoy a taste of Mexico and the favorite flavors of a day at the beach, there will be a variety of places to eat, including a restaurant with a variety of beautiful views - and flavors - and a market, as well as hands-on experiences such as tastings tequila and cooking classes.

"We are very proud that Royal Caribbean International has chosen Quintana Roo to build Royal Beach Club Cozumel as a new attraction for many of its guests who visit our magical island. My administration will always be committed to partnering and working closely with the sector. private sector to build modern and sustainable infrastructure and create local jobs for our people. These types of projects reaffirm our commitment to continue being the main port of call in Latin America," said Mara Lezama, governor of Quintana Roo, Mexico.

The new beach club experience is the latest in Royal Caribbean's growing lineup of destinations, which includes the award-winning Perfect Day destination at CocoCay in the Bahamas, which set a new bar for private islands after a $250 million transformation in 2019. From the island's continued expansions - like the newly opened adults-only Hideaway Beach - to the Royal Beach Club Collection, the cruise line has set the stage for vacationers to create their perfect vacation day on more than one occasion. forms in the Bahamas and the eastern and western Caribbean.

More details about Royal Beach Club Cozumel will be released in the coming months. The Royal Beach Club Collection also includes Royal Beach Club Paradise Island, a 6.8-hectare Bahamian beach experience located on Nassau's Paradise Island, opening in 2025.

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