4 August, 2022

Chief Michel Sarr: “I am glad RIU has located here because it has partly stopped the emigration from the area”

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Along the coast just 2 kilometres from the Riu Baobab hotel, in the town of Pointe Sarène, Senegal, there is a beautiful house facing the ocean. On its porch, with unbeatable views of the Senegalese sea, we are welcomed by its owner and village chief: Michel Sarr. He is accompanied by his nephew Mbaye Sarr and the griot, Modou Faye. During the meeting, in a relaxed conversation, they told us what the arrival of RIU has meant for both them and the town.

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28 July, 2022

Learn about the important role of RIU’s Mayoras in Mexico

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In Mexico there is a key figure in the kitchens of RIU hotels - their Mayoras. Who are these people? They are in charge of cooking the food in the dining rooms for the hotel staff and preserving the tradition of Mexican dishes. Today we introduce you to Carmita Uzcanga, Mayora of the Riu Palace Mexico; María Inés Uch, Mayora of Riu Playacar and Sandra Luz Gatica Galeana, Mayora of Riu Palace Baja California.

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21 July, 2022

Where should you travel this summer with RIU?

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We have the ideal destination for your summer vacation!  If you want to relax and forget your worries, the island of Sal is the place for you! Located in Cape Verde, it boasts dreamlike beaches and landscapes. Its people, climate and environment will pamper you on your days off, making you feel like you are on cloud nine.

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7 July, 2022

RIU Hotels is now in the metaverse

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RIU Hotels is now in the metaverse. The Hotel Riu Plaza España has just become the first hotel in Spain to open in the metaverse! With this groundbreaking project, the hotel chain becomes one of the first to explore the opportunities this new technology has to offer. And it does so in a very attractive way. Have you ever experienced the sensation of vertigo when crossing its glass walkway or looking out onto its balcony suspended 100 meters above the ground?  Well, now you can, wherever you are, thanks to virtual reality. Want to learn more?

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