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Bids fly in for Peru’s Marriott hotels

Jul 11, 2017

Inversiones La Rioja could net between $240m and $250m in what would be one of the largest-ever hospitality transactions in the Andean nation, sources say

Aaron Weinman

Keywords: Inversiones La Rioja Marriott Hotel Peru M&A

A number of buyers are circling Peru’s Marriott hotel properties in a potential transaction that could net the seller, Inversiones La Rioja, between $240m and $250m, according to multiple sources familiar with the Peruvian hotel market.

Inversiones La Rioja is understood to have opened a second round of bids and could make a decision as soon as August, in what would be one of Peru’s largest-ever real estate transactions in years.

The company owns and operates the JW Marriott hotels in Lima and Cusco as well as the Courtyard by Marriott brand in Peru.

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