A project that for so long lived in mystery is finally being revealed: PASEO 60. According to ForoMerida.com, the new development located behind the Hyatt Regency Merida on 60th Street in Mérida’s Hotel Zone, is promoted by the group of José Chapur and partners .
This modern and beautiful complex of 3 towers of up to 11 floors includes a NH Collection hotel and a City Express Plus Hotel (the first of its kind in the region) as well as a shopping center with luxury brands and top restaurants like K’u’uk Restaurant, Hacienda Teya and Los Almendros Restaurant, among others.
First renderings of Paseo 60 reveal:
- There appear to be three asymmetric towers connected in L, two of 11 floors and one of 9, with NH Collection and CityExpress Plus hotels — with sky pool areas, solar and roof gardens — and an office building.
- A shopping area leads to the two towers, with restaurants, shops, potentially cinemas and more.
- Some brands mentioned: Teya, La Tradición, K’u’uk, Los Almendros. Also mentioned to a lesser extent, because they seem to be illustrative, Gucci and Dior.
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