JW Marriott has opened its fifth hotel in Mexico, located in the business city of Monterrey.
Located in northeastern Mexico, JW Marriott Monterrey Valle is surrounded by the Sierra Madre mountain range in San Pedro Garza Garcia, a financial centre in Latin America.
The hotel comprises 250 rooms and suites with modern décor, a muted colour palette, floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-inspired showers.
Dining facilities include the restaurant Orfebre Cocina Artesana led by renowned chef Sergi Arola, which showcases Mexican ingredients, the executive lounge which offers breakfast, and the lobby bar for small bites and signature cocktails.
The hotel also features a spa with a salon, sauna, steam room, private treatment rooms and in-suite massages. To cater for business travellers on the go, there are also express treatment pods. Further leisure facilities include a 24-hour fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool.
When it comes to meetings and events facilities, the hotel boasts nine event rooms with over 930 sqm of space.
The hotel is close to cultural attractions such as Fundidora Park, Chipinque Natural Park, the Santa Lucia Riverwalk and the city’s renowned Museum of Contemporary Art (MARCO).
Bruce Rohr, Global Brand Leader of JW Marriott, commented:
“We are excited to continue to grow our JW Marriott portfolio in Mexico with the opening of JW Marriott Monterrey Valle.
“Whether traveling for business or pleasure, this dynamic, bustling city is perfect for the JW Marriott experience, one which centers on the holistic well-being of our guests and invites them to pause, reset and live in the moment. A respite from the outside world, JW Marriott Monterrey Valle provides a modern, luxurious and wellness-focused setting for travelers seeking a stay that nourishes the mind, body and spirit.”
The hotel has been acquired by Fibra Inn and is operated by Grupo Hotelero Prisma.
Leandro Castillo Parada, CEO of Grupo Hotelero Prisma, added:
“We are delighted to expand the presence of JW Marriott in one of the most important cities for the economy and social life in Mexico, with Monterrey being the home to both national and global companies that are part of the history and development of this country.
“We hope that our guests will feel inspired and enriched by their stay in this city of world-class museums, stunning mountains and an emerging culinary scene.”
JW Marriott celebrated the opening of its 100th property worldwide earlier this year with the debut of a hotel in Tampa, Florida, and also announced that it will open its first hotel in Spain in 2022.
There are currently 100 JW Marriott hotels in over 30 countries and territories worldwide.