Marriott’s Westin brand just opened a new hotel in the heart of Monterrey, Mexico.
The new Westin Monterrey Valle is the brand’s first-ever property in the city, and its eighth in Mexico.
The property, which is owned by Fibra Inn (which is also behind the in-development W hotel in Playa del Carmen, Mexico) and operated by Grupo Hotelero Prisma, is set in Monterrey’s San Pedro Garza Garcia neighborhood.
The 174-room-and-suite hotel has a 24-hour fitness center, a semi-Olympic-size rooftop pool and a “Heavenly Spa by Westin,” among other amenities.
“The Westin Monterrey Valle will set a new standard of hospitality in Monterrey by transforming the way travelers experience wellbeing in one of Mexico’s most important cities,” said Beat Meier, General Manager of The Westin Monterrey Valle. “We are extremely excited to offer our signature wellness programs that will help our guests eat, sleep, move, feel, work and play well while they stay at our wonderful hotel.”
It’s home to several dining concepts, including The Brooklyn, New York Brasserie and Deck11, the latter set on the aforementioned rooftop.
There’s also 4,300 square feet of event space.
For more, visit the new Westin in Monterrey.