Intercontinental Invests $5 Million in Technology

Real Hotels & Resorts announced state-of-the-art technology upgrades for all its hotels in Central America.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Sound-proof meeting rooms, 25 giant screens for video conferences, and high-speed internet services are some of the innovations to be developed.

Fernando Poma, vice president of the hotel division of Salvadoran conglomerate Grupo Poma, told ElPeriodico.com.gt: "We have one objective: to be 5 years ahead of the competition by means of a process of constant innovation. Being the only hotel chain providing all these services helps us to be chosen by our customers".

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Real Hotels & Resorts expands in Central America

September 2008

Real Hotels & Resorts (RHR) is planning to double in size over the next two years.

The new projects, which should all be completed at the end of the next year, are spread over Central America from San Pedro Sula (Honduras), to the expansion of the Real Quality Hotel (Airport) in El Salvador, to a new project - Club Tower - annexed to the Real InterContinental Hotel in Escazu, San Jose (Costa Rica).

Hotel Real Internacontinental expands in Costa Rica

July 2008

Hotel Real Intercontinental will open its new 40-million-dollar Torre Club Internacional in San José, Costa Rica on August 15.

The complex is composed of eight floors and will operate as a club and tower for exclusive guests. It will have 98 guest rooms, including 15 suites.

Club Tower and gran Spa added to the Real Inter-Continental Hotel in Costa Rica

September 2008

The new Club Tower and Spa, the biggest in the region, are now the main feature in the new image of the Real Inter-Continental Hotel & Club Tower Costa Rica.

Prominent designers contributed to make the new Real Inter-Continental Hotel a site of comfort and pleasure.
The new spa is the biggest in Costa Rica and offers a series of unique services which make visits to the site a unique and exclusive experience.

Grupo Poma Invests $1.2 Million in Honduras

September 2009

The group announced a $1.2 million investment in Intercontinental Hotel in Tegucigalpa.

They are also planning investments in the city of San Pedro Sula somewhen in 2010, added Salvadoran entrepreneur Fernando Poma.

"In Central America we've had difficult times, and we are going to overcome these", said the businessmen, referring to the current political crisis in Honduras and economic situation in the region.

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