Grupo Barceló negocia nuevo proyecto en Guanacaste
Development of hotel chain is negotiated in Guanacaste
The company Playa Hotels & Resorts S.L., created in 2006 by the Spanish consortium of hotel chains Grupo Barceló, is negotiating the development of a new tourism Project in Costa Rica as part of their expansion plans.
Playa Hotels & Resorts S.L. is a Spanish company with private capital that dedicates itself to use its resources for the acquisition and development of “all inclusive” vacation centers in Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Moreover, the company has $1.000 million in available capital to invest around the world and has obtained more than $580 million in financing commitments with international institutional investors.
“The Group is actively interested in developing projects in Costa Rica, this is the reason why we are in the process of negotiation. Among different places, we are considering the great area of Guanacaste”, confirmed Fernando Mulet, Vice-president of Development and Management of the Barceló Corporation.
Even though he considered that it is very early to talk about projects, Mulet pointed out the “great interest” that the company has in the national territory.
Una buena noticia más para el turismo nacional ya que va de la mano con los planes estatales de incrementar en al menos 10.000 habitaciones la oferta hotelera costarricense antes de 2012. Toda nueva inversión en este sentido va en beneficio de nuestra capacidad receptiva.