Royal Holiday, a Mexican company, is considering a $400 million investment plan in its push to expand its hotel chain due to the reactivation of the tourism industry after the coronavirus pandemic scare. It aims to construct four new Park Brand Royal Hotels and continue developing its vacation club concept.
Pablo Gonzalez Carbonell, president of Royal Holiday, mentioned that the new hotels would be in Cabo San Lucas, Quintana Roo, Dominican Republic, and Baja California. The hotels are expected to be in operation by 2022. At that time, business analysts opine that the tourism sector and the company will have recovered from the pandemic. According to the manager of Royal Holiday, it is now an excellent time to revamp the tourism business due to its enormous potential in the future.
The company has a vacation club idea where clients can book -holidays in different places worldwide on the dates they desire by making structured payments throughout the year. Pablo Gonzalez says that the industry must continue to evolve to ensure that they offer unique services to its wide range of clientele. For instance, if clients want to go on a vacation for a day, a week, or 15 days, the company should accommodate them and respond to their needs effectively.
Pablo Gonzalez is the founder and president of Royal Holiday Group. He first founded Bufete Inmobiliario after graduating from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 1972. The company specialized in selling and developing urban land, shopping centers, and commercial buildings. He was the first person to identify the relevance of tourist properties and created the Costamex Group, which aims to promote Royal Holiday Memberships. Pablo has held different positions in the tourism sector, such as the president and vice president of the Mexican Association of Tourism Developers and Latin American Federation of Tourism Developers. Pablo acquired his degree in Actuarial Mathematics from UNAM and studied at the Pan-American Institute of Senior Business Management.