AC Hotels by Marriott Debuts First Hotel in Monterrey, Nuevo León

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. September 22, 2022

AC Hotels by Marriott®, the design-driven lifestyle brand part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, today announced the opening of the new AC Hotel by Marriott Monterrey Valle, its first hotel in the city of Monterrey. The hotel features 166 modern guest rooms as well as meeting spaces with the latest high-tech equipment and an intuitive European design focused on the details and experiences that really matter.

AC Hotel Monterrey Valle has an unbeatable location, found in the southeastern borders of San Pedro Garza Garcia in the exclusive city of Monterrey in Distrito Armida, a space where modernity, art and culture materialize to provide the ultimate life experience in the city area, exhibiting the greatest development in vertical housing, business, and entertainment. Thanks to its proximity to the shopping malls Galerias Valle Oriente, Fashion Drive, Show Center, Plaza Fiesta San Agustin, Metropolitan Center, Rufino Tamayo Park, Chipinque or the Huasteca Ecological Park, guests will be able to enjoy the best the city has to offer.

"This opening underscores the great success of AC Hotels in Mexico. AC Hotel Monterrey Valle is the brand's sixth hotel in the country and the first in Monterrey. The hotel's purposefully designed signature spaces invite guests and locals to collaborate during the day and enjoy tapas and cocktails in the evening. We are thrilled to bring a new dimension to this bustling city," said Brian King, President, Marriott International in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Each space in the innovative hotel has been designed, refined, crafted, and considered to create a comfortable and elegant experience for its guests. Its open and flexible areas like the AC Terrace are perfect for enjoying delicious tapas and cocktails, like the signature AC Gin Tonic, while enjoying a beautiful view of the city.

The hotel also features the AC Restaurant, specializing in Spanish food, where diners can enjoy a European-style breakfast with freshly baked croissants, breakfast biscuits, Manchego cheese, freshly sliced prosciutto, eggs a-la-carte, and coffee. AC Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and its food and beverage offerings are also available for group meetings. In addition, the AC Lounge invites guests to discover exclusive craft cocktails, along with a unique selection of beers, wines, tapas and side dishes, with panoramic views. Exercise lovers will be able to keep up with their routines without leaving the hotel thanks to the AC Gym, a fully equipped fitness center open 24 hours for their convenience.

The new AC Hotel Monterrey Valle also has state-of-the-art meeting facilities with the latest high-tech equipment, plus an excellent banquet service available to ensure a seamless business event for company meetings, professional training sessions, or presentations in its four meeting rooms. It also has a 102-square-meter event room, ideal for family celebrations such as baptisms and communions. Social events, like quinceañeras, can also be held on the AC Terrace featuring spectacular views of the city.

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