The Tourist Infrastructure In Central America Grows

The Spanish company of Nyesa Valores opened a new luxury resort in Costa Rica. Agrisal and the hotel group IHG franchise open some of the tourist infrastructure in Central America is by large hotels in the region of hotel chains and several small hotels with sustainable offer strengthened and expanded. The Grupo Agrisal stood out among numerous investors, who managed to negotiate a franchise agreement with IHG hotel chain and form a strategic alliance. She got the contract for the construction and opening of the prestigious hotel chain in the region. A new Holiday Inn opens hotel in Escazu, Costa Rica. This is 6-storey space for 170 rooms, restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool and 800 m of Conference and meeting rooms offer. Furthermore will emerge in Esperanza, Puntarenas on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica of a more tourist luxury facility, which will finance the Spanish company of Nyesa Valores by an American Fund of 330 million dollars. In El Salvador, the Grupo Agrisal has invested $3 million in the Renovation of the former Radisson to under the new name of the hotel Crown Plaza as a modern and comfortable hotel to reopen it.

The hotel Camino Real in Guatemala opened in November 2009 and is also one of the hotels, which strengthens the local tourism infrastructure. This luxury hotel is located in the old historical center of the colonial city of Antigua Guatemala. The Victoria Hotel in San Pedro Sula, Honduras opened its doors on June 23. This hotel distinguishes itself by its extravagant restaurant from the other hotels. There the guests in an air-conditioned train car in elegant and stylish setting can take their meals.

In the colonial city of Granada, Nicaragua, the Jicaro lodge under the aspect of sustainability has been opened in June 2009. So, the nine rooms were equipped only with rustic, tropical timber. Also, biodegradable products are used by the hotel, serves organic food and waste recycled. A veritable building boom broke out in Panama, on economic growth through the Is due to enlargement of the Panama Canal. The Panamanian chain Bern y Starwood hotel & Resorts has recently announced the construction of the third hotel in Panama City and joined forces with the successful Le Meridien and the Westin Playa Bonita. The hotel Westin Playa Bonita Panama will be completed in September 2011 and is one of 611 rooms, 6 restaurants and Spa, as well as the largest number of meeting and conference rooms of the hotels of throughout the country. The new hotel Westin is Panama expected in September 2012 at Costa del Este with 200 rooms, a restaurant, a bar, meeting rooms and offices.