Iberostar Selection Kumbor

Iberostar Group to open 11 new hotels in 2020

PALMA, SPAIN — It’s going to be a busy year for Iberostar Group, which is set to debut 11 new hotels in 2020.

Of these, three will be the hotel group’s main focus: the five-star Iberostar Grand Fontana di Trevi, located in the heart of Rome; the five-star Iberostar Selection Teatro Albéniz, the group’s second hotel in Madrid; and the four-star Iberostar Selection Miraflores in Lima, Peru.


Iberostar Grand Fontana di Trevi


Iberostar Grand Fontana di Trevi

All three properties form part of the chain’s city hotels segment, which comprises flagship buildings in prime locations in the world’s most popular tourist cities.

In Cuba, the group remains focused on expansion with the upcoming debut of three new hotels: the Iberostar Selection Almirante, the only five-star hotel on Guardalavaca beach; the Iberostar Selection Esmeralda in Cayo Cruz; and the Iberostar Bella Costa located beachfront in Varadero.

Elsewhere in the world, Iberostar will be opening additional hotels in Majorca where it currently operates 17 properties. This number will soon be increased with the debut of Iberostar Heritage Llum Portocolom, a five-star hotel located in a fishing harbour and decorated with organic materials, and the Iberostar Cala Domingos, a family hotel boasting a prime beachfront location.


Iberostar Selection Bijela Park

In Montenegro, three new hotels are in the pipeline: the Iberostar Bijela Delfin and Iberostar Bijela Park, two four-star properties ideal for families, and the five-star Iberostar Selection Kumbor, situated on the seafront at Kotor Bay.


Iberostar Selection Kumbor

The year will also bring major progress and consolidation of a number of new projects in destinations such as Los Cabos and Litibú (Mexico) and Aruba.

In a statement, the company said: “2020 is set to be an exciting and ambitious year for the Iberostar Group, which will continue to spearhead its responsible tourism efforts through its 2030 agenda. The company firmly believes that responsible tourism is a core element that encompasses all aspects of the business, beginning with the construction of the hotel and extending to care for the environment, people’s welfare, healthy gastronomy and entertainment that combines fun with instilling values.”

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