OHL discards rumors, says project sales are strong

Cancun, Q.R. – Hotels owned by OHL Desarrollos Mayakoba that have been rumored for sale are not, says it’s managing director.

Managing Director of Mayakoba, Agustín Sarasola, confirms that the alleged sale of any of their hotels is false and that the company is not experiencing an economic crisis. He says that rumors of any of their hotels being up for sale is not true and that construction of the Hyatt Andaz, for example, as well as the development of Mayakoba City, are continuing.

Sarasola explained that the investment made between its three hotels amount to about 700 million with another 105 million being invested into Andaz as well as additional investment money for Mayakoba City.

He made mention that the alleged sale of Rosewood Mayakoba is a lie, “The news that is out there is not real, that is, there is no sale of Rosewood,” clarified the OHL representative.

He then moved on to announce the ninth edition of the OHL Mayakoba Classic PGA Tour scheduled for early November while acknowledging that the OHL golf tournament brings in a healthy amount of finances, which helps with building projects.  He says that the building projects have sold quite well, in particular, the villas in Mayakoba City, and that they are selling very fast.

Sarasola said that the new 203-room Hyatt Andaz will be the fourth in the Mayakoba complex and that the company intends to inaugurate the completed hotel in November of 2016 with the start of the tenth edition of the OHL Classic at Mayaoka.

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