As it approaches its 40th anniversary, Best Western Las Mercedes Hotel began a process of expansion of several of its areas, which costs over US$1 million.
The hotel, which is part of the Best Western franchise, announced through a press release that it began expanding the kitchen area and its restaurant; they also added that the renovation would include the facade, lobby, lounges and parking lot, as well as the revamping of its 180 rooms.
“The first stage of the construction represents an investment of approximately US$1 million and includes the remodeling of its convention center halls, which have top of the line new equipment with VRF technology (Variable Refrigerant Volume) and environmentally friendly air conditioning system,” states the press release.
According to the press release, the renovation of the hotel will reinforce the “offer of ecological comfort” for its guests. The hotel, strategically located across the street from the Augusto C. Sandino International Airport, has a great extension of gardens, green areas and vegetation around its facilities.
“Best Western Las Mercedes Hotel, today like four decades ago, is the perfect place to enjoy nature without leaving the city,” added Roberto Cruz, the hotel’s General Manager.
Moreover, the press release adds that since 2011 the hotel offers a tourism alternative in the west of Nicaragua, through its branch in León.