Between the months of July and September, Hotusa Hotels have enlarged their portfolio with 70 new associated establishments. The chain of independent hotels belonging to the Hotusa Group thus reinforces its position as one of the major hotel consortiums at international level, offering a wide range of services which, as is demonstrated by the upsurge of new additions, has become of particular interest amongst the independent hotels in an economic situation as complicated as the current conditions.
Out of the total number of new additions, 42 are overseas hotels. Worthy of note has been the increase experienced in Italy and in France, with 10 new hotels respectively, or in Colombia and Turkey, where 6 new associated hotels have been added in each country. What is more, at international level, Hotusa Hotels have added new hotels in Portugal (1), U.S.A. (2), Germany (1), Rumania (1), United Kingdom (2), United Arab Emirates (1), Peru (1), Colombia (1).
In Spain, The consortium has enlarged its portfolio with 28 new hotels situated in Aragon (1), Castile & Leon (3), Galicia (1), Madrid (2), Valencia (3) Catalonia (6), Andalusia (5), Basque Country (2), Balrstic Is. (1), Rioja (1), Asturias (1) Murcia (2).
At the present time, Hotusa Hotels has more than 2,330 associated establishments distributed over 27 European destinations: Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Gt. Britain, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey, 12 Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Guatemala and Venezuela, 4 African countries: Morocco, Mozambique, Tunisia and South Africa; 3 Asian countries: China, India, United Arab Emirates and Singapore; plus the USA and Canada.
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