Hilton chain to build Hotel on Honduras' Caribbean coast

The Hilton Chain announced that it will build a hotel at the Bahía de Tela (Tela Bay), a region where a tourism complex is being developed with national and international investments.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

The hotel, by Hilton Hotels Corporation, at the Bahía de Tela will be called "Conrad Los Micos" as it is close to the Los Micos lake, which is in the Tornasal sector of the Atlantida Department.
The "Conrad Los Micos" is a part of a project to build some 150 hotels in several countries in the Americas in the next five years, the corporation reported in Tegucigalpa via a press release, but did not mention the amount being invested in Honduras.

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