Mexico’s First Conrad Resort Taps Diamond PR as Agency of Record 

by | Feb 5, 2020

Diamond Public Relations LA has expanded its client roster with the addition of Conrad Punta de Mita, Mexico’s first Conrad resort, which is preparing to open in Riviera Nayarit this coming spring. Agency will handle all public relations efforts for the property launch, creating awareness of its unique cultural offerings, inspired amenities, and how it will transform the Punta de Mita vacation experience, the Conrad way.

Drawing influence from Mexico’s rich history, indigenous artwork will integrate with exceptional amenities to create a sense of barefoot resort elegance that highlights its local Mexican identity. All 324 guest rooms and suites will boast views of the Pacific Ocean, with suites offering large patios, plunge pools, freestanding soaking tubs and outdoor showers. Amenities will include three pools, four restaurants, three bars, and the Conrad SPA, featuring a unique indoor/outdoor design and traditional temazcal.

Groups will stay inspired with 54,000 square feet of event space that ranges from boardrooms to beaches, with custom activities, authentic cuisine and cultural experiences. The resort’s coveted, paradisiacal location will offer couples and guests weddings to remember. Minutes away, adventure activities such as zip-lining, sailing and seasonal whale watching await. Conrad Punta de Mita is located in the same private development as the Litibu Golf Course, offering guests an 18-hole golf experience designed by Greg Norman.

“We warmly welcome this dynamic property to the Diamond PR LA portfolio,” said agency vice president Kara Rosner. “We are putting the tools and strategies in place for a successful opening campaign. Based on the caliber of the resort and what it will add to Punta de Mita as a destination, we have no doubt it will soon be seen across headlines nationwide.”

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