, (PressExposure) January 25, 2008 -- Casco Viejo has become a hub for renovations with seemingly endless construction, new developments, and countless new projects in effect. With such an abundance of new names and hotels in the area, it might be confusing as to which projects will come out on top. As one of the premiere destinations on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and complete with all of the necessary elements to be a thriving success, Hotel Casco Antiguo will undoubtedly be topping the roster as the areaâs most spectacular and flourishing project in the up and coming area.
Retaining the history and style of the historic Hotel Colon, Hotel Casco Antiguo will offer modern accommodations resplendent with exquisite amenities and five-star services. In addition, Casco Antiguoâs Government has applauded the project for their efforts to restore the historic building and maintaining its 17th century architecture while offering guests the modern amenities that they crave.
Hotel Casco Antiguo is proud to announce Destiny Hotels International as the official management group. Boasting more than 75 years of experience in the hospitality industry with 4 and 5 star hotels, the Destiny Hotel brand is now seeking to develop a network of boutique hotels offering the legendary efficiency and amenities that their name is synonymous with.
Destiny will create these hotels throughout Latin America, with various projects housing 40 to 100 guest rooms, and they have immediate plans for five properties in Panama. Standing firmly on an experienced team, Hotel Casco Antiguo and Destiny Hotels will guarantee a perfect inversion for those seeking the perfect getaway vacation or their ideal second.
Hotel Casco Antiguo will be developed by leading industry professionals with over 100 years of combined experience. Principle Robert Gibbs, whose lengthy involvement in the Latin American sector led him to consider Casco Viejo as a prime location for such a development, has redeveloped several historic sites such as the Seagate Hotel and Beach Club in Del Rey Beach, Florida and the architectural headquarters of Addison Mizner, who designed the original Boca Raton Hotel, as other projects.
Lawrence B. Murphy comes to Hotel Casco Antiguo with over 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry with an extremely diverse background and widespread experience in hotel operations and management with such positions as Resident Manager, General Manager, and Regional Vice President for the Northeastern operations of Marriott International Hotels. Terence A. Steele, who began his career with the Costain Group, one of the biggest international civil engineering contractors, is a renowned leader within the airport industry and garnered his acclaim as Director of Operations for airports and hotels worldwide.
The restoration of the Hotel is scheduled to be completed by 2009. Travelers seeking adventure and exceptional service will find their perfect sanctuary in Hotel Casco Antiguo For more information contact +507 211 1930 or visit http://www.hotelcascoantiguo.com