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12 August, 2021

Discover RIU’s firsts

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The pages of RIU's story are overflowing with special moments. There are so many pages full of beautiful memories for the chain of which you have been an indispensable part, because without you, nothing would have been possible. Today we would like to take a look back at those special moments that have marked major milestones in RIU's expansion: the very first times we touched down in some of our destinations.

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6 August, 2021

RIU and its new training concept

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In this post we introduce you to the new platform that RIU is using to train its employees: GameLearn. It is a new training approach within the RIU Management Skills Programme that kicked off at the beginning of this year with the launch of its pilot plan. We will tell you all about it here!

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22 July, 2021

What does RIU signify?

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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.

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31 March, 2021

One year on, and the RIU and Preverisk protocols are still key for tourism

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One year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 17 protocols, which RIU developed together with the consultancy firm Preverisk, continue to play an important role in the hotels. In this post, in which we interview Esteban Delgado, president and technical director of Preverisk, we take stock of the protocols, as well as their effectiveness and importance throughout this period. Don't miss it!

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