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MIAMI — Occidental Nuevo Vallarta will boost its capacity with a brand new guestroom tower with 92 new rooms, set to debut in the first quarter of 2020.
The US$8 million project will bring Occidental Nuevo Vallarta’s key count to 366 rooms and suites. Located in the Riviera Nayarit, Occidental Nuevo Vallarta is part of the Barceló Hotel Group.
Each new room will feature Pacific Coast views of Bahía de Banderas, says the company.
“Our number one priority at Occidental Nuevo Vallarta is the satisfaction of our guests,” says Juan Luis Sampol, Director of Barceló Hotel Group’s Pacific region. “Occidental Nuevo Vallarta’s new tower will improve our guest experience offering by providing travelers with more exclusive options when selecting their rooms. We’re confident that this will be a great success for the brand.”