The hotel management school Les Roches, located in Marbella, has inaugurated this Thursday his new residencebeing a extension of the current residential park which will have 212 new beds distributed in single rooms, double rooms and suites, as reported by the organization.
The event was attended by the Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Zurab Pololiskashvili, and the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, who have been accompanied by senior representatives of the administration and industry.
The new one residence consists of a total of 34 apartments, located in one of the most exclusive areas of Nueva Andalucía, a few minutes from Puerto Banús, and only 1.5 kilometers from the main campus. The spaces are equipped with all services and they also have chargers and electric vehicles thanks to the pioneering agreement that the institution has with the Malaga startup Activacar.
This extension, which will increase residential capacity by up to 20% of the school, is a boost to the Les Roches brand, which has managed to position its Marbella campus among the most important in the world in a destination that attracts every semester to students of more than 100 nationalities and that in the last 10 years it has managed to increase its enrollment by up to 65%.
For him course 2022/2023, Les Roches Marbella will host more than 1,800 students, a unique record of registrations in its history, according to the CEO, Carlos Díez de la Lastra, who has indicated that “we are deeply grateful for the reception that Les Roches Marbella is having in all areas such as educational, tourist and institutional”.
“For us, this enlargement is a qualitative leap that will allow us to give response to the high demand for trained talentand that will position us even more in the luxury segment on an international scale”, pointed out the CEO, noting that “although Les Roches has hybrid academic models and it is already possible, even, in certain training programs to opt for 100% online education line, the institution has always opted for the multicultural coexistence as a sign of identity and learning”.