17/04/2012Original Resorts Opens New Desire Pearl Resort In Puerto Morelos

Leading Mexican Hospitality Brand, Original Resorts, Expands Portfolio with Second Beachfront Clothing-Optional Resort

Original Resorts, a leading Mexican hospitality brand, continues its strategic plan to expand with the opening of its new clothing-optional resort, Desire Pearl Resort & Spa on March 30th, 2012. Original Resorts opened the first clothing-optional hotel of the group, Desire Resort & Spa, located in Riviera Maya. This new five-star hotel complex, located on a beautiful beach in Puerto Morelos, just a few minutes outside of Cancun, is an exclusive couples only-hotel, marking the brand’s fifth resort in Mexico.

Mr. Rodrigo de la Pena, President of Original Resorts, today announced that after his successful negotiations with the owners of the hotel, previously known as Ceiba del Mar, the property will be operated by Original Resorts Group to offer the region’s second clothing-optional resort.

The decision to transform this hotel into Desire Pearl comes from a high demand for unique clothing-optional resorts that, until now, only Desire Resort & Spa was able to offer. Thus, the new Desire Pearl represents an excellent option for the couples who seek the blend of privacy, luxury, and sensual amenities for an unforgettable vacation in the Mexican Caribbean.

Following the brand standards of Desire Resort & Spa, Desire Pearl will feature exquisite culinary options such as signature restaurants, bars and disco. With a superb team of activities, the sensual clothing-optional experience will be enhanced even for the most demanding guest. In addition, its adults and couples-oriented entertainment will fully align with Desire’s fundamental pillars of superior service.

Desire Pearl Resort & Spa, a beachfront hotel in the exclusive Puerto Morelos, offers breathtaking amenities and sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea, includes 32 Oceanfront Rooms, 13 Junior Suites, 36 Master Suites, and 7 Penthouse Passion Suites. Guests can enjoy the hotel’s grand pool, the 80-person private Jacuzzi, perfectly integrated into the surrounding gardens, in addition to a tennis court, holistic spa, and pier with docking facilities, among other luxurious amenities.

“This is another step towards strengthening our presence in the Caribbean” said Rodrigo de la Peña, President of the Group. He added, “The clothing-optional concept is an important market for us and Desire Pearl Resort & Spa perfectly complements the brand’s commitment to top quality hospitality in the country.”

For more information visit www.desirepearl.com

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