Pablo Ignacio González Carbonell Announces Royal Holiday Hotel Expansion

Faced with the re-activation of the tourism industry in light of the coronavirus pandemic and a market with exponential growth, Mexican company tourism industry is considering an investment plan of 400 million dollars to build four new hotels in Mexico under their Park brand Royal, as well as continuing their vacation club concept.

Pablo Ignacio González Carbonell , president of Royal Holiday, reported that his new hotel complexes are planned be located in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur; Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo; and the Dominican Republic. González Carbonell stated that this Caribbean country had grown a lot in recent years, and there are many opportunities to make it successful.

The park Royal brand currently includes 16 hotels in Mexico, the United States, Puerto Rico, and Argentina; Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Cancun, Buenos Aires, and Miami Beach. González Carbonell stated that the four new hotels are planned to be opened by 2022. He anticipates both the company itself and the tourism industry will have primarily recovered from the coronavirus pandemic.

González Carbonell commented, “The market does give for growth who doesn’t want to vacation? Full recovery is just around the corner, ” commented the president of the Mexican company Royal Holiday. The company also runs a vacation club where users can visit more than 200 destinations worldwide through payments throughout the year on the date they want.

González Carbonell stated that he will continue with the vacation club concept and that it must respond to customers’ needs since that entitles you to our hotels and more than 200 destinations and cruises.

He added a whole menu of places can be seen according to age: if one is single is the pachanga, newly married is the babies before the honeymoon.” We must evolve very strongly in this sector of business. The manager also said Royal Holiday anticipated the coronavirus pandemic and had a turnover of 2 billion pesos in hotels and another 2 billion pesos in the other concept.

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