Nickelodeon themed resort opens in Mexico

Mexico has got the first Nickelodeon themed resort that promises fun unlimited

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The first Nickelodeon hotel has been opened in Mexico. The hotel has been built while keeping in mind the theme of the Nickelodeon characters and set up. The property features 280 oceanfront swim-up suits and is expected to provide a fun experience to its guests. The star attraction of the property is the Pineapple Suite that was home of the fan-favourite Spongebob Square Pants.

The business development, construction and design was taken care of the senior vice president Mario Mathieu who released a statement about the same. The statement mentioned that they went ahead with the expansion after the huge success of Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana. The ramped up the ocean-front swim-up suits that features 20 of the characters of Nickelodeon. Every room in the resort has been designed with the Nick theme kept in mind.

People who are looking for bigger rooms can opt for the penthouse Signature suits that also includes the Pineapple Suite along with the Turtle Lair Suite. The resort does not have just the rooms, but also has another attraction which is its water-park that is spread in six acres and is off-course Nick themed. The water park has been christened as the Aqua Nick. The water park has 2000 sq ft of water slides along with more than 1820 sq ft of river rides. Some of the major and interesting rides include the Adventure River and the Lazy River.

The resort also has other parks that include the Paw Patrol Adventure Bay, Bikini Bottom Beach and Soak Summit. Apart from just experiencing the property and the theme, the guests visiting the resort will also be able to meet some of their favourite Nick characters including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Spongbob Square Pants. The place is surely going to be the perfect vacay spot for family and friends. The prices of the resort begin from $259 per person for a night and can be booked from August 31, 2021.

Photo Credits:  Travel Weekly