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Los Cabos será sede de la Cumbre del G20 en 2012

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LOS CABOS, Mexico – The Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau today announced that Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon has officially selected Los Cabos as the host city for the 2012 G20 Summit, which

LOS CABOS, México - La Oficina de Visitantes y Convenciones de Los Cabos anunció hoy que el presidente de México, Felipe Calderón, ha seleccionado oficialmente a Los Cabos como ciudad sede de la Cumbre del G2012 de 20, que se celebrará en junio de 2012. El presidente hizo el anuncio en una prensa conferencia celebrada en México el pasado jueves. La infraestructura hotelera y aeroportuaria de primera clase del destino se señaló como dos factores importantes en la decisión.

“Los Cabos is extremely proud and honored to be selected as the official host city for the G20 Summit as this is an incredible opportunity for our destination as well as for the country of Mexico,” says Gonzalo Franyutti, President of the Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Los Cabos has the exclusive appeal, a contemporary tourism infrastructure and the safety record required to host an event of this global caliber. As a haven for VIPs throughout the world, Los Cabos is truly the ‘Window to the World’ for Mexico. We look forward to welcoming the G20 delegates and attendees to our destination.”

Con 13,000 habitaciones en total en el destino, Los Cabos dedicará 11,000 habitaciones a la Cumbre del G20 para dar cabida a los más de 7,000 asistentes, mientras que el gobierno mexicano invertirá más de $ 47,000,000 en el desarrollo y promoción de la Cumbre.

In addition, a new 653,400 square foot Convention Center will house the G20 meetings and events. Designed to accommodate over 6,000 people, the Convention Center represents $100,000,000 investment by the federal government and a $1,500,000 investment from the State of Baja California Sur. The municipality of Los Cabos endowed a 15-acre tract of land, which is located alongside a private golf community and boasts magnificent views for the building of the Convention Center, and the Los Cabos Tourism Board has also invested almost $1,000,000 in the project. The Convention Center will be designated a “green” facility, and will be designed with energy efficiency in mind and will be equipped with solar panels. Construction of the center is set to begin during the first week of November.