Hilton Opens New Hotel in Costa Rica

The international chain began to operate in the Santa Ana district of the country's capital a hotel that has 143 rooms and halls for social events.

Friday, December 18, 2020

The new Hilton Garden Inn Santa Ana, will focus on attracting clients from the international and local corporate sector, since the meeting rooms are equipped with the most advanced technology to hold meetings, trainings, seminars, among other activities.

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Karla Lucke, Marketing Manager of Hilton Garden Inn Santa Ana, explained that "... as a primary element of the design, the building is 100% accessible because we have fully equipped rooms on all floors and even installed a special automatic access to the pool for people with disabilities."

The new establishment is equipped to meet the most stringent needs for social or family events, says a statement from the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT).

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With this new opening, the purpose is to enable at least 70 direct jobs, when the operation of the hotel is at its highest level, the document highlights.



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