Mundo Imperial Entertainment and Hospitality is opening a new all-inclusive, wellness hotel in Yucatan this fall. The XIXIM Mundo Imperial hotel is in Celestun, set within an ecological reserve known for its colony of pink flamingos.
Guests can stay in one of the property’s 32 suites or cabins with traditional palm-thatched roofs and terraces that overlook the ocean. Three pools, a wellness dome, a gym and a temazcal are among the amenities geared towards the wellness-minded traveler. In 2023, the hotel plans to construct 27 two-story suites or “double cocoons” with a kid-sized bed on the top floor and two double beds on the ground floor.
“XIXIM Mundo Imperial represents a milestone for Mundo Imperial as we elevate our experiences across Mexico, and we’re eager to welcome guests to this exciting concept,” said Seyed Rezvani, managing director at Mundo Imperial Entertainment and Hospitality, in a press statement. “It’s important to continue advancing our tourism offerings and serving the needs of today’s travelers, from our dedication to inclusivity to our emphasis on sustainability.”
Mundo Imperial has another hotel in Yucatan, the Wayam Mundo Imperial in Merida, and three other properties in Acapulco. Mundo Imperial has the distinction of being the first hotel chain in Mexico to earn the Committed Entity certification from Queer Destinations, an honor recognized by the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association.
For more information, visit mundoimperial.com/xixim.