Mexico's President Felipe Calderon Inaugurates The Grand Velas All Suites & Spa Resort Riviera Maya, Mexico
- The President Of The Republic of Mexico Cuts The Inaugural Ribbon And Unveils The Plaque For This New And Luxurious Resort of 490 Suites Which Required An Investment Of 250 Million USD And Generated More Than 9 Thousand 500 Direct And Indirect Jobs
- Assisting In The Splendid Ceremony Was The Federal Secretary Of Tourism, Rodolfo Elizondo Torres, The State Governor, Félix Gónzalez Canto And The Chairman And Vice Chairman Of The Grupo Velas, Eduardo And Juan Vela Ruiz Respectively As Well As Special Guests
Accompanied by the Federal Secretary of Tourism, Mr. Rodolfo Elizondo Torres; the State Governor, Mr. Félix González Canto; the Municipal Solidarity President, C. Román Quian Alcocer; and the President of the Board of Directors, Mr. Eduardo Vela Ruiz, the President cut the ribbon and unveiled the inaugural plaque for this majestic property which required an investment of 250 million USD that was 100 percent Mexican.
The President of the Republic recognized the effort and entrepreneurial spirit of this group of Mexican investors in building their fourth Mexican resort, and their continued contribution to the development of more extremely luxurious tourism offerings in Mexico and the creation of more employment, such as the fifteen hundred direct and eight thousand indirect jobs generated by this resort, thus benefiting the economy and social development of this area of the Mexican Caribbean.
With the opening of this new property, Grupo Velas offers a total accommodation of 1,170 very luxurious suites distributed over four hotels: the Velas Vallarta Suites Resort & Convention Center and Casa Velas Hotel Boutique, both located in Puerto Vallarta, the Grand Velas All Suites & Spa Resort Riviera Nayarit and now the Grand Velas All Suites & Spa Resort Riviera Maya.
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