Interval International, a prominent worldwide provider of vacation services, announced the addition of two Inmense Hotels properties to its global exchange network. Grand Guadalupe by Inmense is a historic landmark located in San Cristóbal de las Casas in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas and Santosi by Inmense is located in San Luis Potosí in north- central Mexico. Owned and operated by Servicios Hoteleros de Prestigio S.A. de C.V., these resorts join two others that have been affiliated with Interval since 2014.
“We are committed to providing our current and future members with the most memorable vacations possible. Our properties bring them closer to Mexico’s cultural roots with the style and sophistication that today’s travelers appreciate,” said Maru Moreno, sales and marketing director, Inmense Hotels. “We are proud to partner with Interval because of the exceptional service it provides our members and the high-quality properties accessible through its global network.”
Grand Guadalupe by Inmense occupies an 18th century building near the centuries-old San Cristóbal Cathedral on Parque Central. Meticulously restored with the original rough-hewn beams and hand-painted tile, the resort combines elegant Victorian furnishings with contemporary accents. On-site amenities include a restaurant in the original central courtyard, complimentary Wi-Fi, daily housekeeping, and concierge and room service. Grand Guadalupe by Inmense ranks on TripAdvisor number 6 out of 96 hotels in San Cristóbal de las Casas.
“We are very pleased to expand our business relationship with Maru and her team with the addition of these boutique properties, and we look forward to offering Inmense Hotels members the complete range of travel and leisure benefits for which Interval is known,” said Marcos Agostini, executive vice president of global sales and business development, Interval International. “Since each resort has its own identity reflective of the local culture, Interval members now have these unique vacation experiences to explore.”