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Camino Real Zaashila Huatulco Invested 60 Million Pesos

by Brent May

Source: Reportur (Sp)

Upon completion of the second phase of renovation of its properties, Camino Real Hoteles, a Mexican company directed by Olegario Vázquez Aldir, will invest an additional 150 million pesos for the remodeling of some of its hotels in Mexicali, Torreón, Nuevo Laredo, Veracruz, Pachuca, Saltillo and Acapulco, as well as new developments.

During the Tianguis Turístico 2023, Leandro Trejo, the company’s CEO reiterated the group’s commitment by commenting: “Thanks to the constant investment and innovation in our different properties and the commitment to offer the best vacation or business experiences, Camino Real Hoteles has been evolving, offering more and more value to guests and clients. The renovation plan responds to the dynamism of our portfolio, which today includes 32 properties in the main destinations in the country.

He added that the hotel chain will continue to focus its efforts on offering avant-garde experiences by implementing new technologies such as touchless keys in rooms; the guest cast for streaming and the digitization of some processes to improve and facilitate the guest experience, as well as a new loyalty program that will strengthen the group’s offer to all its audiences.

Trejo explained that, in Mexico City, Camino Real Polanco completed the second phase of renovations in rooms and public areas, as well as the renovation of Café Tamayo, an iconic space that includes the original mural “Man in front of the infinite” by Rufino Tamayo, in addition to renewing the gastronomic offer. Likewise, Camino Real Airport will end with the reconditioning of all its rooms.

Camino Real Zaashila Huatulco invested 60 million pesos to remodel common areas in addition to its 50 villas, while for Quinta Real Monterrey and Saltillo they will continue to highlight the emblematic architecture and environment of each property and incorporate innovations.

Source: Reportur (Sp)

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