Hotel Fiesta Americana Grand in Puerto Vallarta was officially inaugurated Wednesday, bringing more hotel rooms to the area’s tourism industry and creating additional jobs for the city.
Governor of the State of Jalisco, Jorge Aristoteles Sandoval Diaz, cut the ribbon at the grand opening Wednesday afternoon in the city of Puerto Vallarta.
“I want to acknowledge the commitment to Jalisco by Grupo Posadas and all investors, today reflects the efforts of many years, a vision, and effort, that today generates more attraction and added value to our port,” said Sandoval Diaz.
Also present at the event Enrique Ramos Flores, Secretary of Tourism of the Government of Jalisco, and the Mayor of Puerto Vallarta, Arturo Peña Davalos.
This year the number of airplane seats increased to 400,000 in international flights arriving in Puerto Vallarta, while the number of jobs in the tourism sector rose 116,000 across Jalisco.
The all-inclusive, adults-only resort is the group’s first member resort in Puerto Vallarta and the sixth luxury resort in Mexico. The Hotel Fiesta Americana Grand has 443 suites, all with views of the Pacific Ocean from private balconies. The resort’s 10 meeting rooms can hold up to 1,300 people, with a total of 12,787 square feet of meetings space. Additional facilities include a spa, fitness center, seven restaurants, five bars and four themed lounges. The resort is five minutes from the Historical Downtown district and the Malecon boardwalk.