Mandarin Oriental Group from Mexico Riviera Maya to the Americas

The St. Kitts Mandarin is among the 21 hotels and 18 properties in the pipeline, as the Mandarin Oriental group is embarking on an unprecedented level of growth in the next three years, especially in the Americas.
Mandarin Oriental, who just opened its first Mexico property this year in Maya Koba Riviera Maya Yucatan , will also look to expand their portfolio in that region with Costa Rica, Grand Cayman, and St. Kitts. Last year, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel announced in New York and St. Kitts its intention to establish a luxury hotel resort in St. Kitts and Nevis which it expects will become its flagship resort in the Caribbean. Firesky Ventures, Auberge Resorts and Kiawah Development Partners unveiled a comprehensive tourism development program for the Southeast Peninsula, that would launch the Federation to the forefront of the high-end, luxury sector of the Caribbean tourism market. Currently, the Mandarin has holdings in San Francisco, New York, Miami and Washington, but in the next three years the Mandarin Oriental will look to opening hotels in Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas and even Dallas.