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Mexico Gets A Taste Of Vegas With A New Caesars Resort

Dorathy Gass

While Caesars resorts have become synonymous with gambling entertainment, as accommodations reside in cities like Atlantic City and Las Vegas, the brand is now expanding itself within the non-gaming resorts spectrum with a hotel coming to Mexico; a beautiful beachfront property touting 500 rooms in Puerto Los Cabos to be exact. The luxury resort will be developed by Mexico’s own Grupo Questro and managed by the Caesars’ brand.

This represents the Caesar Entertainments’ first investment within this country and continues to signal the brand’s strategy around expansion in the non-gaming resort industry.

Travelweek has recently reported that the beachfront luxury hotel will offer 500 rooms and suites, full-service spa, a convention centre spanning 40,000 square feet, a variety of amenities including pools and cabanas, a fitness center, access to two premium golf courses, as well as an entertainment venue. It will also be located in the tourist corridor of Puerto Los Cabos and San Joes del Cabo resort city, which sits at Baja California peninsula south tip.

And Caesars believes that Puerto Los Cabos is the perfect area when it comes to the early stages of their brand expansion plans. A variety of airline passengers that have jumped into this market since 2015, 40 percent to be exact, with most coming from the United States or Canada, as well as Mexico.

It’s a good time for Caesars Entertainment Corporation. This Los Cabos initiative was announced off the cusp of the brand revealing its plans to oversee a beach club and two luxury hotels located at the Dubai-based Meraas’ Bluewaters Island project. As the first non-gaming resorts for Caesars, coming later this year, the Island will house Caesar Bluewaters Dubai and Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.

Seems like a lot of fun developments happening at Caesars right now; keeping the entertainment going when it comes to expansion, without the gambling that is.

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