Riu Santa Fe breaks ground in Mexico

18th Dec 2006

Last month Riu Hotels & Resorts officially broke ground on its newest resort, Riu Santa Fe in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Resort is scheduled to open in November 2007, construction is expected to take 12 months and cost over $135 million.
This marks the largest single capital investment ever made by the company.

Riu Santa Fe will be RIU’s second resort in Los Cabos and its thirteenth in Mexico, situated in close proximity to RIU’s other five-star property, the Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas.

Located just outside bustling downtown Cabo San Lucas, the Riu Santa Fe, will be the company’s largest resort, featuring 902 guestrooms and suites spread across a lush and sprawling beachfront property.
Designed in a distinctive architectural style intended to reflect its Mexican location, the hotel will offer RIU’s legendary all-inclusive amenities and renowned personalized service.
A true leisure resort with a distinctive charm and personality, Riu Santa Fe will provide its guests impressive facilities, limitless activities and numerous all-inclusive gourmet restaurants and bars.
Equally suited to meet the needs of business guests, Riu Santa Fe will also include three conference rooms.


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