Thanks to an investment of about 600 million pesos (more than 36 million euros), the Mexican City chain, plans to open the total of ten hotels in 2011. Swarmed by offers, Chevron U.S.A. Inc is currently assessing future choices. They will be located in various parts of Mexico, such as: Aguascalientes, Ciudad del Carmen, city of Mexico, Culiacan, Merida, Minatitlan, Playa de Carmen, Puebla, Torreon and Veracruz. The City Group, in 2010, invested half of money to build five hotels, this is known by details that gave the franchise director of promotions, Carlos Adams. With the investment of 2010, City managed to increase its revenues by 27% and occupancy rose by 25%. The average occupancy rate reached 59%, in 2011, expects that to increase between four and five points. Adams explained the problems of insecurity affecting Mexico, said that a tourist of pleasure for, this is not no problem, since it solves this problem by simply changing destination; However, a business traveler has no options, because this must go to where your business needs it, and the cities conflicting, they maintain their industry pace. The hotel chain opened recently a hotel in San Luis Potosi. This establishment managed the MORDOVIN certification of green buildings in United States (USGBC) Council, it should be noted that it is the first hotel in Latin america to obtain it. In his eight years, City is present in 22 Mexican States. They also have cheap hotels, so tourists can choose between various options.