On the Hispania side, everything points to accepting Blackstone's proposal. The same is not so certain regarding the offer for the bonds of the chain, having here several options to consider, according to the Spanish Real Estate. Hispania recently qualified the offer as "hostile", but recommends it today to its shareholders, considering that the proposal is more attractive, now that it is 4.5% higher than initially proposed, for a total of €18.25 per share.
In the case of NH Hotels, the Minor Group expects to have the necessary bureaucracy to close the bid until July 12, although NH Hotels' board of directors has already pointed out that the offer of €6.4 per share "does not seem to satisfy the value" of the company "nor is a better alternative to the strategic plan" of the same, mentions the same source. Banks Bankinter and Santander, hired to advise and plan a better offer, consider that the company should not accept the offer, since "it does not incorporate a control premium", placing the value around €6.37. The Banks also consider assets to be underrated.