The vacant property at the corner of 62nd Street and Av. Colón will be the site….
MERIDA — Investors from the Yucatan Peninsula will build a hotel in front of the new International Congress Center on Avenida Colón with Calle 62, which will be operated by the Marriott chain, according to an announcement on Monday Sept. 25 by the Yucatan Secretary of Tourism Promotion, Saúl Ancona Salazar.
The new hotel will be in the area that was occupied by the store La Curacao several years ago, which now seems to be abandoned. It will be a tall building with 140 rooms from the Marriot Courtyard brand, a specialized hotel for busin travelers.
Ancona Salazar informed that Sefotur knows about this project and that the investors carry out the procedures to obtain the corresponding permits, and the promoters will announce the project when they deem it appropriate. For confidentiality, the secretary kept in secret the names of the investors, the amount of the investment and other details.
“We know that the talks are very advanced, investors and managers of the chain work to ensure that the building meets world standards of Marriot,” Ancona Salazar said.
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