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Puerto Vallarta News NetworkNews from Around Banderas Bay | February 2009 

Nine Hundred New Rooms in Puerto Vallarta
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A landmark establishment on the best beach in the Puerto Vallarta hotel area, the NH Krystal Puerto Vallarta is very close to downtown and the international airport.
After more than a decade of insignificant growth in Puerto Vallarta's hotel infrastructure, some new construction concepts have surfaced that will increase the number of hotel rooms in this popular tourist destination by nine hundred.

To date, three hundred new hotel rooms have almost been completed, but a project to build an additional five hundred and ninety-two new rooms will begin in August.

Puerto Vallarta Mayor Javier Carvajal announced that the soon-to-be-completed new rooms include two hundred at the nh Krystal Vallarta Hotel and the remainder at a hotel chain specializing in business tourism.

The project that will add 592 additional rooms will begin in August and will be part of an investment plan from domestic and foreign investors, operating under the very well-known hotel brand "Dreams."

The total cost of the project will be approximately $100 million dollars.

Taylor Boone and Alvaro Amezcua, representatives of all the investors involved in this venture, announced the new "Dreams" Hotel will be built in the lot known as Flamingos, situated behind the Mega Comercial Mexicana on Francisco Medina Ascencio Ave.

This new project is of great interest to the local population, as over 3000 new jobs will be created. The project is expected to be completed in two years.

Translated by Salvador Murguía for PVNN.




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