The Albamonte Hotel Group (GHA) opened its first hotel in the province of Chaco on September 6.
“With this opening we are providing a proposal that will write a before and after in the hospitality industry in the city and province. I have no doubt that it will be a successful hotel and that it will become a lighthouse that marks a new stage in the construction of hotels,” said Alberto Albamonte, CEO of GHA and president of the hotel chains, Howard Johnson and Days Inn, as well as a partner. strategic of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.
The Howard Johnson Resistencia hotel is located on Av. Del Bicentanario 20, one of the main arteries of Resistencia on an area of 10,000 square meters and surrounded by a large green area. Just 10 minutes from downtown and in front of the Sarmiento Shopping Mall, with the Negro River behind you in the private neighborhood “La Ribera” and just 20 minutes by car from Corrientes Capital and the Resistencia international airport. local international, doing all this so that the tourist or business person who chooses the hotel has the means to easily reach the main points of interest and with this can enjoy a relaxed and complete stay.
Marisol Zabala, General Manager of the hotel comments “The lobby, designed as a large rest space and from where guests interact with rooms, the breakfast room and Carmela restaurant, external pool (with heated water on the left side, general pool in the center and Olympic area on the right side) ending at Zoom Carmela, a place where you can also hold gastronomic meetings, wine tastings, etc. The building on its top floor invites you to enjoy the gastronomic proposals of the Terra restaurant and a rooftop with capacity for more than 200 people that is open to guests and local residents” The executive continues describing “The building has 3 floors and 3 elevators, a 70 m2 meeting room (there will soon be another larger one) that, built as an auditorium, has capacity for 60 people and for banquets it can be transformed for 40 people. The hotel also has a securely covered garage, free of charge with the rate and with capacity for 50 cars and subject to availability. Regarding the rooms, the total is 104 made up of the following categories: 42 Superior KING (30 m2 with a 2x2 meter King bed), 48 Superior TWIN (30 m2 with 2 queen size beds); 12 KING Suite: (60 m2) and 2 special rooms (30 m2 with queen size beds for people with reduced mobility). Regarding the rooms, the total is 104 made up of the following categories: 42 Superior KING (30 m2 with a 2x2 meter King bed), 48 Superior TWIN (30 m2 with 2 queen size beds); 12 KING Suite: (60 m2) and 2 special rooms (30 m2 with queen size beds for people with reduced mobility). Regarding the rooms, the total is 104 made up of the following categories: 42 Superior KING (30 m2 with a 2x2 meter King bed), 48 Superior TWIN (30 m2 with 2 queen size beds); 12 KING Suite: (60 m2) and 2 special rooms (30 m2 with queen size beds for people with reduced mobility).
Regarding the service offered in the rooms, Zabala comments “the rooms have queen size or king size beds depending on the category and type, closet, state-of-the-art air conditioning with maximum energy requirements, safe, non-smoking, alarm fires, smoke detectors, desk and chair, hair dryer, shower, minibar, LED TV, WiFi, and the suites have additional hydromassage services, a living space, sofa, TV and living room that provides greater comfort and amplitude"
For their part, Lucas Garabello and Daniel Claro, members of the Executive Committee and those responsible for the hotel's operation, expressed "The hotel is first class, and we are encouraged to classify it as one of the best in northeastern Argentina, and what satisfies us most is that As we promised, we are opening a place of excellence for whoever visits the city and above all we are giving the possibility of work to the people of Resistencia and the province." The executives say that work is already underway to finish a Convention Center with capacity approximately 400 people.
Albamonte, for his part, comments “we have experienced this opening and landing in Chaco with great joy because we understood that in the province there is a lack of high-level hotels, and to attract tourists and renowned companies, we must have the necessary and appropriate infrastructure for the current demands. As we do throughout the country and in each town and province where we are going to settle, we do a very detailed market study to be able to give the final yes.”
Regarding other issues of his company, the hotel CEO comments that “Not only have we thought about Resistencia, which today is already a reality, but we are also moving forward with a previous study in Roque Sáenz Peña (thermal city), a town where our preliminary studies It works very well for us and we are optimistic about an upcoming project to develop the Days Inn brand, which we also represent in Argentina. Days Inn is an international organization, with more than 2,200 hotels around the world and also owned by the Wyndham hotel conglomerate.” www.hjresistencia.com.ar