About Sirenis Hotels

¿Who are we?

Sirenis Hotels & Resorts, an international family hotel chain whose head office is located on the island of Ibiza (Spain), with more than 50 years’ experience in the hotel sector.

Sirenis Hotels & Resorts is a dynamic company in constant evolution. Proof of this can be found in the various quality distinctions awarded to ourn establishments, year afternyear, and in the continual renovation of our hotels.

Today, Sirenis Hotels & Resorts is made up of a network of ten hotels: Four on the island of Ibiza (Spain), one in Gran Canaria (Spain), one resort in Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), one resort in Riviera Maya (Mexico), one in Cayo Santa María (Cuba), one in Varadero (Cuba) and another to be opened soon on the island of San Andrés (Colombia). As a result, the chain offers 4,405 hotel rooms, with capacity for up to 10,000 guests. These hotel installations are complemented by two water parks – Sirenis Aquagames– located in Punta Cana and Ibiza; the Spa Grand Sirenis, considered one of the largest and most spectacular spas in Riviera Maya; the Sirenis VITAL Spa in Ibiza; and the Spa Grand Sirenis in Punta Cana. The group’s human capital is made up of 3,500 direct employees.

Our challenges:

At Sirenis Hotels & Resorts, we are experts in providing marketing and management services for hotel companies. We rely on our extensive experience in the tourism sector, as well as the provision of resources such as our highly qualified staff. We are currently immersed in the development of various international-expansion projects.

Our experience in the hotel sector allows us to perfectly understand our partners’ point of view and, as a result, meet their business goals. The effort we dedicate to improving our portfolio will be key to developing future accommodation-unit management agreements in leading tourist destinations.

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