Marriott to Open New Hotels in Mexico

Hotel company Marriott announced the construction of five new hotel complexes in 2012. This will increase the brand's Mexico properties to 23. 

 
Manuel Ovies, Marriott's Vice-President for Mexico and Latin America, said that national market is the company's most important sector in the region, accounting for 40% of total occupancy, and offering the greatest growth prospects. 
 
Ovies said that business has bounced back from the lows of the economic crisis and the swine flu, in 2008 and 2009. 
 
The new hotels, in different categories, will be located in Mexico City, Toluca, Leon, and Queretaro. The locations were selected to best serve national travelers. Two of the hotels will be Courtyard by Marriott brands, one located at the Mexico City airport, the other in the Poliforum Leon complex in Leon. 
 
Marriott International COO Rob Steigerwald commented that the new properties underscore the company's commitment to expansion in Mexico, and validate the popularity of the Courtyard by Marriott brand. 

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