DALLAS—G6 Hospitality continues its expansion plans in Latin America, as the company announced the development of its second Estudio 6 property in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and its first Hotel 6 property in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
The new Estudio 6 Puerto Vallarta will be located in the heart of the pacific coast destination known for its beaches, history, and nightlife scene. “Filled with historical and colonial charm, combined with beautiful beaches and countless sites to see, Puerto Vallarta is one of the most sought after destinations in the country,” said Jim Amorosia, president and chief executive officer of G6 Hospitality. “Our Estudio 6 location will introduce a new standard of value for travelers looking for affordable, extended-stay lodging in the area.”
Once completed, the Estudio 6 in Puerto Vallarta will offer suite-type rooms with fully equipped kitchenettes, microwave, stovetop, coffee maker and refrigerator, expanded work areas, HDTVs with premium channels, free Wi-Fi, laundry, and on-site parking. These services combined with a strong brand promise of clean, comfortable rooms and great service at affordable prices makes it the perfect option for extended stay travelers. The projected opening date for the Estudio 6 Puerto Vallarta is the second quarter of 2016.
“The high-quality design and construction elements, combined with the quality and service standards of Estudio 6 will be key differentiators among other lodging options in the area,” said Juan Carlos González, vice president, Latina Promohoteles. With an estimated investment of nearly $3.7 million, the new seven-story building will consist of 115 rooms featuring elements of the company’s award winning, modern-style Phoenix design.
In addition to the fast development of the brands in Mexico, G6 Hospitality also announced the signing of a franchise agreement with Andermatt S.A. to develop its first Hotel 6 property in Santa Cruz. Andermatt S.A. is an independent group of investors in Bolivia with more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry in the country. The franchise agreement includes plans to develop additional Hotel 6 properties in other major cities in Bolivia. The first Hotel 6 will consist of a seven story building with approximately 90 rooms. “We are thrilled to enter into a new partnership with Andermatt S.A. to bring our iconic brands to Bolivia and offer its guests an affordable and modern option for lodging,” said Dean Savas, executive vice president of franchise and international development.