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Eurostars Adds Three Hotels Under Management to its Portfolio

The company owned by the Hotusa group has integrated the following hotels into its operating division: the Eurostars Valbusenda Hotel Bodega & Spa (Toro, Zamora), the Eurostars Marqués de Vallejo (Logroño) and the Exe Doña Carlota 4 (Ciudad Real).

In addition, the Eurostars Madrid Tower is open for business again.

The Eurostars Hotel Company, which belongs to the Hotusa hotel group, has announced the incorporation of three new hotels in Zamora, Logroño and Ciudad Real into its portfolio.

Specifically, the properties are the Eurostars Valbusenda Hotel Bodega & Spa, which has been incorporated on a management basis and which is scheduled to open on 26 March. It is a design hotel that has its own vineyards and winery within a tourism complex located in the town of Toro.

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