Hotel Announcements - south-america Page 1 of 21

TRYP by Wyndham Manaus

TRYP by Wyndham, the urban, lifestyle hotel brand of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts - the world's largest hotel franchising company with more than 9,200 hotels in over 80 countries - has opened its newest Brazilian hotel in Manaus, the Amazonian capital, adding a coveted destination in the growing market of northern Brazil.

Radisson Hotel Saltillo

Radisson Hotel Group announced the signing of Radisson Hotel Saltillo, located in the northeastern Mexican state of Coahuila. The new-build hotel will offer 150 guest rooms and suites within a commercial business and entertainment center offering a variety of restaurants, bars and local attractions within walking distance.

Emma & Elissa by Dream Hotel Group

Celebrated hotel brand and management company Dream Hotel Group today announced plans to bring its distinct brand of luxury lifestyle hospitality to Playa del Carmen, Mexico with the opening of Emma & Elissa by Dream Hotel Group in 2023.

Holiday Inn Lima Miraflores

IHG® (InterContinental Hotels Group), one of the world's leading hotel companies, today announces the opening of the Holiday Inn® Lima Miraflores hotel, a new development located in the capital city's vibrant, seaside neighborhood of Miraflores.

Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino

The Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino is pleased to unveil a sleek, modern enhancement for the new year following a 12 Million Dollar investment and an extensive 2019 redesign. To celebrate its continued success as a significant staple to the Curaçao tourism community, the property refreshed the lobby, 223 hotel rooms, on property casino, and Nautilus restaurant.

W Playa del Carmen

Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) announced that it has signed an agreement with Fibra Inn (BMV: FINN13, ADR OTC: DFBRY) to bring the W Hotels brand for the first time to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.

Palmaïa - The House of AïA

Today, Palmaïa, The House of AïA, invites guests to celebrate the complexity of the Riviera Maya while reconnecting with nature, the sanctity of life, and the true human spirit. In a region dotted with resorts and hotels, Palmaïa stands apart with its location between a pristine white sand beach and cool-water cenotes on the cusp of the undisturbed jungle, and thoughtful programming created for guests to explore and step outside their usual comfort zones.

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