Karisma Hotels & Resorts Opens Office in Bogota, Colombia

Karisma Hotels & Resorts recently opened a new office in Bogota, Colombia

On the heels of two new hotel openings in Cartagena in the form of the Allure Caramel Hotel and the Allure Bonbon Hotel by Karisma, Karisma Hotels & Resorts recently announced the opening of its Colombia office in Bogota.  

Led by General Manager Cesar Alfonso, Karisma’s Colombia office is comprised of a team of five employees. The Colombia office will focus on Karisma’s continued expansion in South America, generating awareness and driving bookings of the Gourmet Inclusive Experience at Karisma Hotels & Resorts in the Riviera Maya, as well as forging business alliances with travel agencies and airlines covering the Bogota to Cancun flight.  

It's already been a busy November for Karisma Hotels & Resorts, which also recently announced a new partnership with Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN), a division of Viacom Inc., to bring Nickelodeon brand experiences to Azul Hotels by Karisma.  

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This collaboration marks the first time Nickelodeon has partnered with an international resort collection.

The Nickelodeon Vacation Experience at Azul Hotels by Karisma are set to debut in the summer 2015. It will kick off this summer at all three of the company's Azul properties in Mexico. Chomat also told us that says Nickelodeon activities will then debut at Azul Sensatori Jamaica, Karisma’s first and only Caribbean property, by the end of 2015.

Visit www.karismahotels.com.

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