Costa Rica: $25 Million for 2 New Hotels

"Fashion Hotels", an Austrian chain, will open one of the hotels in Puerto Viejo this month and the other in Manuel Antonio in July.

Friday, April 17, 2009


The hotel that is located in Puerto Viejo is named Le Caméléon and it required an investment of $5 million. The one that is being built in Manuel Antonio is named The Ocean and it will cost $20 million.

La Nación of Costa Rica published on its website: "Fashion Hotels is a newly formed company, which chose to open its first two hotels here, while also building an establishment that will open in Jumeirah, Dubai, in December and another in Lombock, Indonesia, whose inauguration is scheduled for April 2010."

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