Looking for an affordable getaway to Playa del Carmen, Mexico? Look no futher, Holiday Inn Express has arrived to Playa Del Carmen!
The bustling beach town on the Caribbean coast of Quintana Roo is now home to its first Holiday Inn Express, following its debut this week.
The $8 million hotel has a total of 91 rooms and suites and, more importantly, is within walking distance from the beach.
Holiday Inn Express Playa del Carmen features 34 standard rooms and 57 suites, along with amenities like a rooftop pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a business center and free Wi-Fi.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Holiday Inn Express & Suites brand into Playa del Carmen, strengthening our presence in one of the preferred travel spots in the Mayan Riviera,” said Gerardo Murray, Regional Vice President, Brands & Marketing, Mexico, Latin America and Caribbean, at IHG. “This hotel is a significant addition to our portfolio in Mexico, offering guests the brand’s renowned innovative hospitality experience, connectivity and friendly service.”
The property, which is owned by Litore Maya, is managed by Marca Hotel Solutions.
Source: Caribbean Journal
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