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Caribbean/Mexico hotel pipeline for February
March 16 2012

The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline comprises 128 hotels totaling 17,616 rooms, according to the February STR Construction Pipeline Report.

HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline comprises 128 hotels totaling 17,616 rooms, according to the February 2012 STR Construction Pipeline Report.

Among the countries in the region, Mexico ended the month with the most rooms under construction, reporting 4,771 rooms. Other countries to report a significant number of rooms under construction: Dominican Republic (1,437 rooms); Bahamas (1,243 rooms); Aruba (320 rooms); Puerto Rico (265 rooms); and Haiti (237 rooms).

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