During the months of March and April, Hotusa Hotels added 64 new partner establishments to its portfolio, 48 of which (75%) are located outside of Spain. The company thus reinforces its position as one of the leading hotel consortia internationally, offering a wide range of services which, as demonstrated by the upswing in new additions, is of particular interest to independent hotels in today’s economic juncture.
In these two months, Hotusa Hotels has added new hotels in a total of 20 countries, with particularly noticeable growth in Italy (8), Greece (6), China (5) and France (5). The remaining additions were in Germany (3), Hungary (3), Portugal (3), Colombia (2), the United States (2), Turkey (2), Argentina (1), Austria (1), Chile (1), Slovenia (1), Holland (1), Ireland (1), Panama (1), the Czech Republic (1) and Switzerland (1). Worth noting is the steady evolution that hotel consortium has recently been recording in Italy, one of the tourism powerhouses where Hotusa already represents almost 250 hotels.
In Spain, the company has added 16 hotels in Aragon (4), Andalusia (3), Valencia (3), Madrid (2), Galicia (2), Catalonia (1) and Castilla-La Mancha (1).
Today, Hotusa Hotels has more than 2,500 partner establishments in 26 European destinations (Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey), 15 American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, the USA, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Venezuela), 4 Asian countries (China, United Arab Emirates, India and Singapore) and 3 African countries (Morocco, Mozambique and Tunisia).
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