Nobu Hospitality is set to open a new property in the Mexican beach destination of Tulum.

This marks the brand’s 30th hotel globally and comes just a week after the announcement of a forthcoming property in Vietnam.

Nobu Hotel and Residences Tulum will be located in the Riviera Maya and feature 200 rooms and suites, including 12 villas, and 50 beachside residences. Facilities will include the brand’s signature restaurant on the beachfront, expansive meeting space, a fitness centre and spa.

Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality, commented:

“We are extremely proud to have achieved our 30th hotel milestone in just nine years and honored to share the vision of our hotel owning partners and thankful for the passion of our Nobu colleagues around the world.

“Formidable partnerships at their heart need complete and mutual trust, alignment of values and a shared vision; through establishing strong and special relationships with key industry leaders and groups around the world our growth has been catapulted to 30 hotels.

This marks the sixth hotel and fourth residential project between Nobu Hospitality and RCD Hotels. The partnership began in 2016 with the opening of Nobu Hotel Miami Beach and has since been followed by hotels in Los Cabos, Chicago and forthcoming openings in Punta Cana and Orlando.

Horwell added:

“One of these groups, RCD Hotels, were born out of the same family values and spirit of entrepreneurship as Nobu Hospitality, and today RCD has grown into a hotel owning powerhouse including six Nobu Hotels Residences whilst maintaining their core values. It is a special privilege to be partnering with RCD again and on this exciting new project as the Nobu Hotel and Residences Tulum.”

Nobu Hospitality was founded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and director Meir Teper, and currently comprises 13 open hotels in its portfolio.

Last year the group opened hotels in Chicago and Warsaw, and plans to add further properties in destinations including Santorini, Rome, Hamburg, Marrakech and Tel Aviv.