PUERTO MORELOS, Q. Roo — In Puerto Morelos, the number of visitors reached up to 8,000 people during the weekends of the summer holiday season and showed an average hotel occupancy of 90 percent in more than 5,400 rooms.
In a statement, Mayor Laura Fernandez Piña stressed that by this season the destination keeps achieving a great number of visitors, especially on weekends, in large hotels and small hotels in the center area of the town.
“We recorded overnight tourism that was between three and seven nights on average, but also road tourism that, especially at weekends, crowded the beaches of Puerto Morelos. Our charming Pueblo is in the preference of families of Cancun and Playa del Carmen, who like the tranquility that this destination offers”, he said.
He recalled that restaurants located in the Old Town operated in recent days up to 80 percent and that the holiday season left an important economic impact in the destination that can be measured with the creation of more than 450 jobs, mainly in major hotels and other accommodations, which were presented last month at the Tourist Trade Fair of Puerto Morelos.
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