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Barceló Group

Barceló GroupThe Barceló Group, founded in 1931 by Simón Barceló in the island of Mallorca (Spain), is a vertically integrated tourism group that is made up of the Barceló Hotel Group, which has more than 245 hotels and more than 54,000 rooms in 22 countries; and by the travel division Ávoris, which has more than 700 travel agencies on 4 continents, several tour operators and receptive operators, and even an airline. At the close of 2017 the group, which employs almost 29,000 staff, registered a turnover of 4.313,4 million euros and an EBITDA of 495.6 million euros. Since 1989 the company has been channelling its social work through the Barceló Foundation, which collaborates in health, education, economic development and culture projects in underdeveloped countries.
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Hotel Development

Barceló Maya Riviera

Barceló Hotel Group is excited to announce the Dec. 15, 2019 opening date of the all-inclusive Barceló Maya Riviera, a new adults-only, all-suite resort in Mexico's spectacular Riviera Maya. The latest addition to the renowned Barceló Maya Grand Resort complex, the new resort joins Barceló Maya Palace , Barceló Maya Beach, Barceló Maya Caribe, Barceló Maya Colonial and Barceló Maya Tropical.

Barceló Anfa Casablanca

The Barcel Hotel Group is delighted to announce the opening of Barcel Anfa Casablanca in Morocco. This new five-star hotel is the groups second hotel in the city and fifth hotel in Morocco. It joins the existing hotels within the portfolio which include Barcel Fs Medina, Barcel Tnger, Allegro Agadir and Barcel Casablanca.


Barceló Hotels & Resorts Closes 2009 with New Strategic Destinations and a Strong Positioning within the Medium/High Market Segment

Despite the worldwide economic crisis, which has slowed down and even paralyzed many new projects, Barceló Hotels & Resorts has ended the year by adding six new hotels to its portfolio, including Barceló Cairo Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt; Barceló Mediterránea Saidïa in Morocco; Barceló Guatemala City in Guatemala; and Barceló Managua in Nicaragua.