With this incorporation, NH strengthens its proposal in the region with a total of 22 hotels: 6 in Chile; 15 hotels in Argentina and 1 hotel in Uruguay, adding a total of 56 hotels in the Latin American region. It recently opened NH Cali Boulevard Rio, located in the Centenario neighborhood north of Cali in Colombia, which has 48 rooms and a wide variety of services.
“This opening shows that we continue to move forward with our expansion plan, betting on continued growth in Chile and the region, through our 8 brands: Anantara, Avani, Elewana, Oaks, NH Hotels, NH Collection, Nhow and Tivoli, consolidating our positioning in the 4 and 5 star categories in both urban hotels and resorts”, says Christian Daghelinckx, Managing Director America.
The hotel is located in the city center, 2 blocks from the beach. It has 134 rooms and suites, a restaurant, bar, terrace with Jacuzzi, solarium, fitness center, parking, meeting rooms and a large hall of almost 400m2. The gastronomy by chef Marco Pacheco will have the imprint of international cuisine, enhancing local products and flavors. Its decoration is inspired by some elements alluding to the mining industry such as copper and also includes objects inspired by La Diablada, a typical dance of this Region.
This 4-star hotel offers different room alternatives: standard, Superior, Family Rooms and Suites accompanied by a variety of services and amenities to receive those who travel for work or pleasure.
Iquique Pacífico belongs to the NH Hotels category, that is, hotels that are characterized by being urban, three and four stars, whose clients demand an excellent location with the best value for money.
“Undoubtedly, this opening materializes our growth in the country and in the region, as well as strengthens the positioning of our portfolio of group brands. We aim to generate more projects with this business model based on hotel management where we provide all our "know-how", added to the experience and implementation of the operation by our expert professionals in the different areas", concludes Christian Daghelinckx, Managing Director America.