The CEO of RIU Hotels & Resorts, Luis Riu, talks with us about his passion for music, a hobby that has led him to play at parties with sets that reach thousands of people, thus creating the concept Riu Party. These theme parties are unique to the chain’s hotels. Get to know better Luis Riu the DJ!
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RIU is the name of the international hotel chain that has been operating since 1953 when it opened its first hotel, the Riu San Francisco, in Playa de Palma (Mallorca, Spain). Since then, it has not stopped growing and today it boasts a total of 100 hotels around the world! But what is behind the name of this hotel company that has charmed so many? In addition to dream holidays, these three letters spell out the surname of the founding family of this Mallorcan chain.
The applause, the comings and goings of people, full rooms and the hustle and bustle of the Riu Plaza España hotel<3> are back! Little by little, events in the MICE sector are picking up again, and the hotel is bearing witness to this. Who would have suggested two years ago, when we first opened, that the hotel would develop chameleon-like properties, allowing it to adapt to any circumstances? This impressive hotel, which presides over Madrid's Plaza España, has become a landmark for both tourists and the capital's inhabitants.
Luis Riu, CEO of RIU Hotels & Resorts, has announced that the chain will resume activities at 17 hotels between May 20 and June 5 following the shutdown imposed by the COVID-19 crisis. RIU, thus, is looking forward to the summer of 2021 with optimism and 76 establishments open.
Luis Riu: ‘The year 2021 is not looking easy, but we have some major projects that are bringing us motivation and hope’question_answer 11 Comments
Despite the difficulties derived from the COVID-19 pandemic in the tourism industry, RIU Hotels & Resorts will face 2021 with determination and with new projects in Spain and abroad. The chain's CEO, Luis Riu, assesses 2020 and talks about the company's plans for this year.
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