Costa Del Sol To Be The Location For Three New Barceló Group Hotels

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COSTA DEL SOL To Be The Location For Three New Barceló Group Hotels announces their CEO for Europe

One of Spain’s largest hotel chains, the prestigious Barceló Hotel Group, has announced its plans to build three new hotels on the Costa Del Sol, as reported by the surinenglish.com.
The company’s CEO for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Raúl González, said that in a few weeks the chain will be able to confirm the locations for the opening of two new four-star hotels, which will add 700 rooms, reinforcing their presence on the Costa del Sol, a destination where they also want to build a brand-new five-star hotel.
Mr González, refusing to be drawn on the locations or establishments that are being negotiated with, said, “If all goes well, in a few weeks I will be able to confirm this expansion. Now I can only point out that they are two existing hotels”, although he did point out that one of the proposed hotels needs a major reform carried out.
Raúl González also explained that the company also plans to build a new five-star hotel on the coast, believing that “the Costa del Sol will be one of the first areas to recover after this crisis”, stating that Estepona and Marbella are always areas that attract a lot of interest from holidaymakers.
In reference to the possible opening of flight corridors from the UK in May, Mr González commented, “My initial reaction was that waiting for 17 May was bad news. However, I consider that having a date is good. If the UK takes off from there we expect the revival in the UK market to be very fast”.
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Chris King

Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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