Cancun, Q.R. — An old hotel in the Cancun Hotel Zone has been revamped focusing on the use of contemporary Mexican art.
With an investment of more than 250 million pesos, the new Oleo Cancún Playa Hotel opened its doors in the same hotel space that was once the Yalmakan Hotel.
Oliver Reinhart, CEO of Atelier de Hoteles said he was pleased that they were able to renovate an old tourist complex.
“This strategy goes hand in hand with one of our corporate objectives, which is to renovate tourist complexes, especially in Cancun, to increase the competitiveness of our tourist destination and support the one that continues to be one of the most successful national and international vacation sites,” he said.
Atelier de Hoteles is a hotel chain created in 2015 that uses the concept of contemporary Mexican art throughout its hotels.
“The strategy of Atelier de Hoteles is to celebrate and exalt the most valuable of Mexican contemporary art, offering the client a service that maximizes their experiences, turning them into memorable and unforgettable experiences,” added Vicente Madrigal, Commercial Director of Atelier de Hoteles.
The remodeling of Óleo Cancún Playa is one of the concrete results of the first stage of the strategies of the development plan of Atelier de Hoteles, which 2018, will start three more hotels including Met Cancún, which will be located between Avenues Nader and Tulum. Another of their hotels is scheduled for the city center and the third will be Atelier and Estudio hotels at Playa Mujeres.
The new Oleo Cancun Playa Hotel at Kilometer 19.5 in the Cancun Hotel Zone and offers guests 168 rooms.