A new Hilton Garden Inn is in the works for Merida’s Altabrisa area.
Hilton Hotels announced the signing of three agreements with Parks Hotels Hospitality Management, S. de R.L. de CV, a company that is part of e-Group and a leader in real estate development with over 35 years of experience in the Mexican market for the construction of three hotels: Hilton Garden Inn Merida, Hilton Guadalajara Midtown and Hampton Inn by Hilton Cancun, according to a company statement.
These new agreements highlight the rapid growth of the company in Latin America, and continued interest in continuing to expand its portfolio in Mexico.
“We are excited to announce these three major projects,” said Juan Corvinos, development director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in Hilton. “With more than 45 hotels already operating in Mexico and more than 30 projects in development, we hope to play an important role in the continued tourism growth in the country and welcome travelers to explore this dynamic destination”.
The Hampton Inn by Hilton Cancun hotel is scheduled to open during the third quarter of 2018, it will have 134 rooms and will be located in the area of Summit Pavilion.
Hilton Garden Inn Merida is expected for the third quarter of 2018, it will have 128 rooms and will be located in the area of Altabrisa, north of Merida, close to Plaza Altabrisa which is one of the largest shopping malls in the city.
Meanwhile, iit s expected Midtown Hilton Guadalajara will open during the first quarter of 2019, will have 226 rooms and will be an integral part of the project Midtown Jalisco, located northwest of the city of Guadalajara.
“We are confident that these new hotels in partnership with Parks Hotels allow us to complement and strengthen our portfolio in Mexico,” said Jose Munoz, vice president of Operations at Hilton Mexico and Central America. “We are excited to offer travelers more and more options and welcome to quality and service that distinguish Hilton,” he said.
“These results confirm the Hilton commitment to continue growing in Latin America and in Mexico,” said Jim Holthouser, executive vice president of Global Brands at Hilton. “Only in Mexico we open approximately 10 new hotels between September 2015 and September 2016, which we expanded our Hilton hospitality throughout the country.”
Hilton currently has a portfolio of over 90 hotels and resorts that welcome travelers in Latin America, including more than 45 in Mexico. The company is actively seeking additional growth opportunities in Latin America and currently has a solid development plan with more than 50 projects across the region, including more than 30 in Mexico.
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