Sunday, April 13, 2014

Puerto Rico





 

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Hyatt Place Manatí & Casino Atlántico Opens In Puerto Rico


At a cost of $38 million The Hyatt Place Manatí & Casino Atlántico was inaugurated in the town of Manatí in Puerto Rico.  The town of Manati is located in the northern coast of Puerto Rico.


The Hyatt Place Manatí is an upscale hotel with 104 rooms and it will serve the need for business travelers in Manati's business district as well as the growing medical tourism market.  The hotel is located 38 minutes from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport.


More than 200 people will be employed by the Hyatt Place Manatí & Casino Atlántico.  The hotel   marks the return of the Hyatt brand to Puerto Rico and was developed by PRISA Group and McConnell Valdes Consulting Inc.


                                                              
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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Turtle Bay Inn Opens In La Parguera, Puerto Rico



Turtle Bay Inn, located in the popular eco-tourism hotspot of La Parguera, Puerto Rico, has become the latest parador certified by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company.



Turtle Bay Inn, is a two-story building and offers its guests twelve modern and spacious rooms, as well as amenities of a large hotel.


Paradores offer a unique and high quality option for tourist in Puerto Rico.  Paradores are usually family owned, and they are located in the most interesting areas of Puerto Rico. 


                                                                    


Sunday, March 9, 2014

Puerto Rico


 

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort In Puerto Rico To Get Renovated



Wyndham Worldwide is investing more than $500 million into its Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort in eastern Puerto Rico.  Plans for the renovation include: $157 million to renovate 400 rooms at the Río Mar hotel, the construction of 155 additional units, and plans to build 777 timeshare units.


 
The renovation will create 625 direct and indirect jobs in Puerto Rico, during the construction phase and 161 permanent posts.  The salaries for the resort jobs will average $50,000 per year.  Wyndham Worldwide acquired control of the Rio Mar Beach Resort in 2012.


                                                                     




Sunday, February 23, 2014