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Old June 3rd, 2010, 07:28 AM   #1
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Nuevo hotel de 200 habitaciones en Manatí
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Miércoles 02 de Junio de 2010 02:21


Arecibo- El presidente del Senado Thomas Rivera Schatz reveló hoy en Arecibo que pronto se construirá en Barrio Cotto de Manatí un hotel con 200 habitaciones con área comercial y estacionamiento con 438 espacios.

Este hotel tendrá un casino de 10,000 pies cuadrados y un área abierta con anfiteatro. La obra estará construida de 24 a 36 meses con una inversión de alrededor de 42 millones de dólares, "cuyo efecto multiplicador puede hasta triplicarse en términos de los empleos y las industrias que se nutren directa e indirectamente de este tipo de actividad económica", dijo el presidente del Senado.

Las expresiones se produjeron durante su mensaje en la Comisión Total Especial del Senado en Arecibo, que convocó Rivera Schatz para escuchar de primera mano las necesidades de la población del área norte del país, y a su vez indicar las medidas específicas que el Senado ha ido tomando por todo el distrito de Arecibo.

Rivera Schatz se mostró preocupado por el nivel del turismo en la Isla, que proporciona entre el seis y el siete por ciento del producto bruto del país.

"Sólo basta un recorrido por El Vigía, el Muelle, la Cueva del Indio y otros tantos lugares del distrito para entender el potencial turístico del área", afirmó.

El Senado, mediante el proyecto 755, ordenó a la Compañía de Turismo a crear y demarcar la "Región Turística Norte Central" y su posterior elaboración de un Plan Estratégico de Mercadeo de estos nuevos destinos.

Esta región turística comprenderá los pueblos de Arecibo, Barceloneta, Camuy, Ciales, Corozal, Dorado, Florida, Hatillo, Lares, Manatí, Morovis, Naranjito, Orocovis, Toa Alta, Toa Baja, Utuado, Vega Alta y Vega Baja.
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Hyatt Place Manati (104 habitaciones) incluye casino y ubicará frente a hospital Doctor’s Center. De la firma RAIP Studio (http://www.raipstudio.com/index2.php)

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Old March 21st, 2012, 03:48 AM   #3
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Frente al Doctors Center, int PR2 y 149. A mano derecha si bajas de la autopista.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 07:21 AM   #4
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Hasta que al fin comenzara construccion!! Ahora faltan el Wyndham de Barceloneta y el Hyatt Place de Bayamon.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 01:01 PM   #5
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200 ó 104 habitaciones???
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Old March 21st, 2012, 05:25 PM   #6
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Yo me voy con 104 pero who knows...
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Old May 31st, 2012, 01:57 AM   #7
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Nuevo hotel promete crear industria turística
Cruz Manzano adelantó que el Hyatt contará con 140 habitaciones, casino y restaurante.

miércoles, 30 de mayo de 2012

La llegada de un hotel a Manatí, el primero en el pueblo, tiene al alcalde Juan Aubín Cruz Manzano muy entusiasmado por lo que representa para su municipio y su gente: una inyección a la economía y la creación de empleos.

¿Cómo van los planes de hotel?

El Hyatt va a firmar contrato el 15 de junio con las instituciones bancarias para comenzar la construcción del hotel en Manatí.

¿Qué facilidades tendrá la institución?


Ahora mismo no hay hotel en Manatí, éste va a ser el primero. Va a tener un total de 140 habitaciones, casino y restaurante.

¿Qué beneficios obtendrá el pueblo?

Se van a crear 700 empleos y se va a generar una nueva empresa en Manatí que no existe, que es la de turismo regular y el turismo médico, porque el hotel se va a construir entre los dos hospitales.

¿Cuánto dinero le va a generar al Municipio?

No tenemos ese número todavía pero va a generar una economía nueva, sustentable, que no la hay en la ciudad, como el turismo. Además se generarán unos ingresos a través del IVU, de las patentes municipales y del CRIM, además del arbitrio de construcción.


¿Cuál es la oferta turística que tiene Manatí?

Tenemos Mar Chiquita y los Tubos, a los dos se le han hecho inversiones de miles de dólares para mejorarlas. Además tenemos todas las áreas históricas de la ciudad como la visita a la iglesia antigua, la plaza pública, los teatros y el antiguo casino.

Están rehabilitando la plaza del mercado, ¿verdad?

Sí, se están creando 29 locales más y dándole espacios mayores a las áreas de venta de comida.

¿También tiene un proyecto de energía renovable?

Se va a desarrollar un proyecto privado de placas solares en 200 cuerdas de terreno que va a generar 20 megavatios de energía solar, con una expansión a 20 megavatios más. La idea es venderle la energía a la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica.


¿Qué beneficio tendrá el Municipio?

Igual que el hotel, van a pagar impuestos y ayudar a dos escuelas del pueblo, dándole de la energía renovable que producirán.
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Old May 31st, 2012, 01:58 AM   #8
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Otro proyecto fotovoltaico para Puerto Rico????
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Si ese proyecto según me dijeron son de inversionistas chinos.
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Old July 18th, 2012, 02:15 AM   #10
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Empezaron a remover el terreno para la construccion del hotel Hyatt de Manati
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Old August 16th, 2012, 07:43 PM   #11
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Inicia construcción hotel en Manatí
16 de agosto de 2012 - Negocios, Puerto Rico - Carlos Antonio Otero, EL VOCERO


Habrá un salón para reuniones de 2,075 pies cuadrados, un gimnasio, piscina y servicio de conexión a Internet WiFi.
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Hacia el 2014 deberá estar completada la construcción del nuevo hotel Hyatt Place en el municipio de Manatí, que incluirá unas 104 habitaciones, restaurante y un casino con aproximadamente 10,000 pies cuadrados.

La instalación hotelera ya inició su construcción en una parcela de cinco hectáreas en la intersección de la PR-149 y PR-2 en Manatí, aledaño a los hospitales Doctor’s Center, el Manatí Medical Center y los centros comerciales Manatí Plaza y Trigal Plaza. La ubicación del hotel desarrollado por la firma local PRISA Group, está a solo minutos de la autopista De Diego, estación de Manatí.

Algunas de las amenidades del hotel incluyen el Hyatt Place Gallery lobby/lounge con el Bakery Café y servicio de cocina 24 horas para huéspedes. El área de comedor sentará a 80 personas y una sección exterior para otras 12.

Habrá un salón para reuniones de 2,075 pies cuadrados, un gimnasio, piscina y servicio de conexión a Internet WiFi.

Este proyecto se une a otras construcciones de PRISA Group, como las exclusivas propiedades de vivienda y hoteleras en Dorado, y el Hyatt Place en Bayamón, aledaño al Parque de las Ciencias y el centro comercial Plaza del Sol.

El hotel en Bayamón, ya en construcción, está pautado para abrir en enero del 2014 con 156 habitaciones y un casino de 11,500 pies cuadrados. La estructura incluye una torre de siete pisos en un predio de 2.25 hectáreas. Tendrá piscina, bar, restaurante y estacionamiento multipisos para 375 automóviles.

PRISA Group, empresa fundada por Federico Stubbe, se especializa en el desarrollo de comunidades residenciales y proyectos hoteleros de lujo. Cuenta con más de 500 empleados y alrededor de 6,000 unidades en diversas fases de planificación y construcción, con un valor sobre los $3 mil millones.
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Old August 16th, 2012, 10:40 PM   #12
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Que bueno por Manati!!
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Old August 17th, 2012, 01:27 AM   #13
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Ahora falta el hotel de Barceloppopins....que lleva no se cuanto en el tintero.
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Old August 17th, 2012, 02:43 AM   #14
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Ya estan las primera columnas en pie.
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Old August 21st, 2012, 10:01 PM   #15
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$38M Hyatt breaks ground in Manatí

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Construction got underway Tuesday on a new Hyatt Place Hotel in Manati that represents an investment of $38 million and the creation of nearly 600 jobs, government officials said. The 104-room hotel that broke ground in the north coast town is part of an aggressive global expansion by Hyatt Hotels that promises to boost the chain’s total room inventory by nearly 30 percent within the next three years, according to company documents obtained by CARIBBEAN BUSINESS.
The chain will add 39,000 to a current inventory of 135,327 across its eight hotel brands.
While a small part of the development boom, Puerto Rico is partaking with the simultaneous construction of two Hyatt Place hotels. A 156-room hotel broke ground five months ago near the HIMA San Pablo medical complex in Bayamón.
“We are glad to work with Island Hospitality on a second Hyatt Place hotel project in Puerto Rico,” said Pat McCudden, senior vice president, real estate and development Hyatt Hotels. “We believe that the Hyatt Place brand and the location of the hotel in Manatí will have strong appeal to business and leisure travelers visiting the region.”
The combined 260 rooms mark Hyatt’s reentry into the local hotel market after a nine-year absence. The only presence by the brand has been the 162-room Hyatt Hacienda del Mar vacation club in Dorado, a remnant of the days when Hyatt operated the beachfront Cerromar and Dorado Beach hotels in the northern municipality.
That property will soon be home to a new Ritz Carlton Reserve, developed by PRISA Group, a former Hyatt partner in Dorado and today one of two partners behind Island Hospitality, the joint venture that will own the Hyatt Place hotels in Bayamón and Manatí. The other partner is McConnel Valdes Consulting.
The Hyatt Place in Manatí, with a pool and casino, “will offer a quality lodging alternative on the north coast of Puerto Rico, increasing our tourism offerings for the enjoyment of our guests and all Puerto Ricans,” said Gov. Luis Fortuño, who attended the ground-breaking ceremony with Resident Commissioner Pedro Pierluisi.
“The strategic location of this hotel will serve the needs of tourists that look for medical services at area hospitals and those executives who visit the area to attend business at manufacturing plants,” he added.
The Government Development Bank’s Tourism Development Fund provided financing guarantees for the project.
The economic impact of each tourist brought to the island is $3,597, which will generate and economic impact and generate increased sales for area businesses like Manatí Plaza and Trigal Plaza, officials said.
Pierluisi said the administration strategy of “expanding the tourist industry in Puerto Rico” is paying off with an improving economy and hotel occupation statistics. Hotel occupation statistics for June reflect a 10.2 percent increase from last year, he added.
“We continue to strengthen our competitiveness, increasing our hotel offerings and our value as a tourism destination,” Pierluisi said. “This investment represents hundreds of direct and indirect jobs and will impact area stores positively.”
Other new hotels being developed in the area include the $342 million Hotel Dorado Beach Ritz Carlton, which will create 1,000 new jobs, and the $49.5 million Hyatt Place Bayamón, which will create 764 new jobs, the governor said.
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Hyatt Hotels is not just making a comeback in Puerto Rico. The company is making up for lost ground nationally following the 2008-2009 Great Recession in the United States, which hit Hyatt harder than any of the world’s top 10 hotel chains.
The company’s high reliance on the U.S. mainland market, where it had 80 percent of its hotels just as the recession struck, led to severe drops in revenues and operating income, in turn forcing the company to shrink its room size by more than 17 percent, according to a recent Morningstar report.
The U.S. share has since fallen to 72 percent and will go down further, as 75 percent of the new 39,000 rooms will go up in other countries, mainly emerging markets where there are few hotels at a time when fast economic growth is leading to high tourism and business-travel demand.
In Puerto Rico, Hyatt has quite a ways to go if it hopes to catch up to its global rivals. While Hyatt will get going with 260 rooms in 2014, Hilton Hotels already boasts nearly 3,500 rooms to lead the pack on the island, followed by Marriott with just under 2,000 rooms and soon to add 750, Starwood with 1,164, Wyndham’s 1,133, and Intercontinental Hotels with 872.


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Es idéntico al Hyatt de Bayamon!
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El de Bayamon tendra dos pisos mas y un estacionamiento multipisos, pero la fachada es la misma.

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HYATT ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR HYATT PLACE MANATÍ IN PUERTO RICO

Hyatt Place Manatí is currently under construction and expected to open in early 2014
CHICAGO (August 21, 2012) – Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced today that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into an agreement for a Hyatt Place hotel in Manatí, Puerto Rico with Island Hospitality Partners, LLC, a joint venture of PRISA Group and McConnell Valdes Consulting. Island Hospitality is also the owner of Hyatt Place Bayamón Hotel & El Tropical Casino, which is currently under construction and is expected to open in 2014.

“We are glad to work with Island Hospitality on a second Hyatt Place hotel project in Puerto Rico,” said Pat McCudden, senior vice president, real estate and development Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. “We believe that the Hyatt Place brand and the location of the hotel in Manatí will have strong appeal to business and leisure travelers visiting the region.”

Hyatt Place Manatí, which is expected to open in early 2014, will have 104 guest rooms in a five-story building, with an adjoining 11,500 square foot casino, and a free-standing casual dining restaurant. The municipality of Manatí, located less than 40 miles west of San Juan, is headquarters to a host of multinational corporations and pharmaceutical companies, as well as the Manatí Medical Center and Doctors’ Center Manatí, two of Puerto Rico’s most prestigious hospitals.

“We believe in the Hyatt Place brand and think the hotels will have strong appeal in both Bayamon and Manatí,” said Federico Stubbe, Jr., president of PRISA Group. “Hyatt Place Manatí & Casino and Hyatt Place Bayamón & El Tropical Casino will bring Hyatt’s world-class hospitality to Puerto Rico.”

Facilities and amenities of Hyatt Place Manatí will include spacious guestrooms, featuring a plush bed, Cozy Corner sofa, and flat panel TV; The Gallery, a social area with a comfortable coffeehouse vibe for guests to unwind or grab a bite to eat; an e-room with complimentary computer access and printing; complimentary full breakfast served daily in the Guest Kitchen; the Market with convenient food and beverage options, in-hotel dining, including a 24/7 Gallery Menu with fresh made meals and appetizers; the Café, an inviting bar featuring specialty coffees and teas, premium beer, wine and cocktails. Other amenities will include flexible meeting space, a 24-hour fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

Currently, there are more than 165 Hyatt Place hotels in operation in the United States, with more than 35 Hyatt Place hotels under development throughout the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean, China, Latin America, Southwest Asia, and the Middle East. The first two Hyatt Place hotels outside the United States are expected to open later this fall: Hyatt Place San Jose Pinares in San Jose, Costa Rica and Hyatt Place Hampi in Hampi, India.

About Hyatt Place

Launched in 2006, Hyatt Place brings to the upscale select-service hotel category the authentic hospitality for which Hyatt is known. Inspired by multitasking travellers’ 24/7 lifestyle, Hyatt Place combines stylish design and practical amenities with forward-thinking technology and purposeful service. Spacious guestrooms feature multiple areas to work and relax, and include the Cozy Corner, an eight-foot sectional sofa sleeper; plush Hyatt Grand Bed™, and ergonomic work center. For more information, please visit www.hyattplace.com.

About Island Hospitality Partners

Island Hospitality Partners is a joint venture of PRISA Group and McConnell Valdes Consulting (McVC). PRISA and McVC have combined their expertise and resources in the planning, development, construction and operation of hospitality, residential and mixed used projects to form Island Hospitality Partners, LLC, creating a strong team capable of executing all necessary tasks for the successful development projects from conception to operation.

PRISA Group (PRISA) is a family-owned developer and builder of green residential communities and resort hospitality projects in Puerto Rico and Florida with over 6,000 units in planning and construction, representing a value of over $3 billion. The firm has delivered over 3,000 units in the last 20 years and is currently developing projects in Dorado, Vega Alta, Gurabo, San Lorenzo, and Humacao, Puerto Rico, as well as in Tampa, Florida. PRISA Group has received numerous awards, including Builder Member of the Decade and three Master Planned Community of the Year Awards by the National Association of Home Builders’ Puerto Rico Chapter, as well as the highest honor bestowed upon Puerto Rico developer, the Frank Ramirez de Arellano Award.

PRISA Group is currently developing the $340 million Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, the first in the Americas, presently in construction and opening December 2012. More information is available at www.prisagroup.com.

McConnell Valdes Consulting, Inc. (McVC) is a Puerto Rico corporation specializing in the planning, financing, development and marketing of hospitality and mixed-use real estate projects in Puerto Rico. McVC personnel have over 30 years of experience in the hospitality and real estate industries and have advised local and international clients in designing and executing complex hospitality and real estate projects in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Spain.

McVC is an affiliate of McConnell Valdés LLC. This affiliation provides the continuity and support of one of the nation’s most respected Hispanic-owned law firms combined with the hospitality and real estate expertise and transactional track record of the professionals at McVC.

About Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company with a proud heritage of making guests feel more than welcome. Thousands of members of the Hyatt family strive to make a difference in the lives of the guests they encounter every day by providing authentic hospitality. The Company's subsidiaries manage, franchise, own and develop hotels and resorts under the Hyatt®, Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Place® and Hyatt HouseTM. Hyatt House is changing its brand identity from Hyatt Summerfield Suites®. Hyatt Residential Group, Inc., a Hyatt Hotels Corporation subsidiary, develops, operates, markets or licenses Hyatt ResidencesTM and Hyatt Residence ClubTM. As of June 30, 2012, the Company's worldwide portfolio consisted of 492 properties in 45 countries. For more information, please visit www.hyatt.com.
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