Director of the Riu Hotels & Resort chain expressed his confidence in the main destinations of Mexico as part of the Spanish investment plans.
Spanish hoteliers announce that they will continue investing in Quintana Roo
The director of Riu Hotels & Resorts, Joachim Schönfeldt, manager of sales and business development of a hotel chain in Caribbean Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama, announced that the investment of the Spanish in Quintana Roo and Los Cabos will continue.
This after announcing the opening of two complexes, in Los Cabos and Quintana Roo, likewise announced that with these actions the Spanish consortium confirms that Mexico continues to be its most important destination, with the largest number of properties and in which it will continue investing, He said.
"We firmly believe in Mexico, and we will continue investing in all the destinations where we have opportunities," he said.
He said that for them, Mexico continues to be an attractive place because it combines a number of factors such as nature, culture and safety, although this last point requires more attention in certain destinations.
He explained that just in December, the chain opened a hotel in Baja California, the third in Los Cabos and the twentieth of the company in Mexico. "This offers all-inclusive and 24-hour room service, it is also the first Adults Only of the chain located in Los Cabos, with which it takes another step in the architectural innovation of its hotels by changing the structure of the spaces, bars and restaurants for the sea views, fulfilling the wishes of its loyal customers ".
He added that with this inauguration the consortium already has 12 thousand rooms distributed in Playa del Carmen, where it has six, Cancun with four, Costa Mujeres with two, Los Cabos three, Riviera Nayarit, three others, one in Mazatlan and another in Guadalajara.
Yesterday, directors of the Spanish network offered the media a tour of the complex located in Los Cabos, which included a visit to the humpback whale watching area, a blown glass factory, as well as a tour to the Town Magical of Todos Santos.
It is worth mentioning that in November 2018, the same consortium inaugurated another property in Quintana Roo. In both cases, said they "rose" the common areas, restaurants and day bars, located on the seafront, so that guests have a vision continues in this case, the wonderful Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
"It is also making a large investment in the evolution and improvement of increasingly sustainable operation, and all its projects are governed by respect for the environment, and the local environment and culture," he said.
"We firmly believe in the country and not only us, but they are also global chains that bet on Mexico and strong," he concluded.
via: La Verdad