All Inclusive Collection – the brand that introduced the world’s first-ever all-inclusive
Hard Rock Hotels and Hard Rock-branded golf courses – is thrilled to announce its new
company name, AIC Hotel Group. This name change serves as an indication of the brand’s
commitment to diversify and expand its current portfolio to include EP hotels, and reflects the evolution of the brand as a more all-encompassing collection. AIC Hotel Group is exclusively contracted by RCD Hotels to spearhead the sales and marketing efforts for the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in Mexico and the Caribbean, as well as the recently added iconic Eden Roc Miami Beach, Nobu Hotel Miami Beach and UNICO 20˚87˚ Hotel Riviera Maya, the first of a new luxury all-inclusive concept.
Coming from humble beginnings as a family-owned company, the AIC Hotel Group was at
the forefront of introducing the all-inclusive concept to Mexico more than 30 years ago. The family’s longtime success in luxury hotels has set a standard of excellence that will come to life in an even greater way with this new business model.
AIC Hotel Group has announced it will continue its strong partnership with RCD Hotels
with exclusive representation of a number of new hotels, including Hard Rock Hotel Riviera
Cancun, Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos and Nobu Hotel Los Cabos.
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