Spain's Melia Hotels International on Thursday 22 June said it expects its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation to rise to at least €475 million this year from 431 million in 2022.
"This year I would like to commit to exceed the market consensus again, to 475 million euros, a figure we are comfortable with, if current projections for the season's performance are maintained", CEO Gabriel Escarrer Jaume said in a statement released ahead of the company's general shareholders' meeting.
Escarrer replaced his father Gabriel Escarrer Julia as chairman of the board of the family-controlled hotel chain on Thursday 22 June.
The Mallorca-based group added that it intends to open 30 new hotels this year.
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- COMPANY OPERATES RECORD 110,000 ROOMS AROUND THE WORLD
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- COMPANY TO ADD CAPACITY IN VIETNAM, SPAIN, ITALY, CUBA, SEYCHELLES, MONTENEGRO, TO START OPERATING IN ALBANIA, TANZANIA IN 2023