There is one Mexican tradition that stands head and shoulders above all others: The Cry for Independence. This celebration takes place on the eve of 16 September to commemorate Mexican Independence. Would you like to know what RIU did to celebrate it?
Over these last few months we have been telling you about all of the reopenings in the various destinations where RIU operates. Now, with the goal of opening at least one hotel in each destination, it's the turn of our hotels in India to come back even more stunning than ever before. These idyllic spots, almost too beautiful to be true, have returned.
Here at RIU we thought that now is the perfect time for you to rediscover your own home patch. If you are thinking of taking a weekend break, our suggestion is that you put yourself in the shoes of a tourist who is coming to your city so that you can experience the same emotions. If you live close to Berlin, Dublin, Guadalajara, Madrid or Miami then don't miss this post which will provide you with a an alternative perspective of all these places. You are going to love it!
Although we are in the final stretch of summer, sunny days on the beach are far from over. We are using this post to invite you to take a break to Andalusia and to discover the magic of Southern Spain and its traditions. We will also introduce you to the four 4-star hotels that RIU features in this amazing destination.
Luis Riu: “Today I am paying tribute to Rafael Expósito, RIU’s longest-serving staff member who has been involved in almost all of the chain’s major milestones”question_answer 1 Comment
Luis Riu, CEO of RIU Hotels & Resorts, and Rafael Expósito, the hotel chain's most senior employee, recalls the great little stories they've lived together over the past 45 years. Expósito began working at the Riu San Francisco Hotel and today is RIU's top manager in Mexico.
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