Spain's Barceló plans three more hotels for Central America
Spain's Barceló hotels group announced plans to build three more hotels in Central America.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Speaking in Managua, Juan José Ribas, the chain's regional director, said one of the new hotels would be built in the Nicaraguan capital and another in Panama. He did not say where the third would be built.
A partnership has been formed between the Nicaraguan government and the Spanish group Barceló to build an international airport in the Montelimar resort, in San Rafael del Sur.
After a year of negotiations, the government of Nicaragua decided to drop its lawsuit against the Spanish consortium.
Starting today, the Marriott Hotel Guatemala City will be managed by the Barcelo chain which acquired the hotel after four months of negotiations.
The hotel chain has announced the purchase of a five-star 205 room hotel in San Salvador, and is preparing for July 26 to open under the name Barceló San Salvador
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