Deutsche Bank Mexico, S.A., Banking institution, Trust Division F/1616 or Fibra Inn (BMV:FINN13, ADR OTC:DFBRY) ("Fibra Inn" or "the Company"), the Mexican real estate investment trust specializing in the hotel industry serving the business traveler with global brands, announced resolutions to Extraordinary Shareholders' Meeting held on November 11, 2016 with the attendance of holders equivalent to 405,168,797 CBFIs representing 92.08% of the total CBFIs outstanding. RESOLUTIONS I. Proposal, discussion and submission for approval to carry out the process of internalization of the Trust's management, a voluntary agreement for the early termination of the advisory contract between the Trust and Asesor de Activos Prisma, S.A.P.I. de C.V. FIRST: Approval to carry out the process of internalization of the Trust, therefore, a voluntary agreement for the early termination of the Advisory Contract between the Trust and Asesor de Activos Prisma, S.A.P.I. de C.V. thereby instructing in this document the Trustee to take the necessary actions to make it effective, including the necessary modifications to the contract held with the Administrator. SECOND: In order to fulfill the obligations derived from the FIRST resolution, the authorization of the Trustee to pay the Advisor under the patrimonial value of the Trust, the compensation, the additional compensation and the Hotel Factory compensation, under the terms proposed in the FIRST item of the meeting agenda. THIRD: Approval and instruction for the Technical Committee to: (i) authorize the agreements and/or contracts aiming to ensure that the CBFIs paid to the Advisor, as part of its compensation, the additional compensation and the Hotel Factory compensation, cannot be sold or disposed of in any way by the Advisor for a restricted period, effective until January 1, 2022; under the understanding that such restriction will not apply to the disposal made directly by the Advisor directly to any of its shareholders or through the Controlling Trust (as per the definition in the Trust), as long as those CBFI's received by the shareholders are subject to a restriction period, effective until January 1, 2022; and (ii) approval of the Trustee to celebrate such agreements and/or contracts, as well as any necessary actions or convenient for such effects, likewise, allowing it to delegate these attributions to an authorized delegate during the Technical Committee meeting. The FIRST, SECOND and THIRD resolutions, related to Item I of the Meeting Agenda, had a favorable vote of 91.12% of total CBFIs outstanding.