Historic hotel occupancy in Chetumal this summer season

In this summer season, Chetumal registered more than 44,500 occupied hotel rooms-night, more than 29% more in relation to the same period last year, when the occupation was only 34,500 rooms-night. This hotel occupancy of over 80 percent, confirms that the competitiveness of the Chetumal grows as a result of the range of products the city offers in terms of tourism.

“To consolidate Quintana Roo as one of the five most important economies in the country, we have reoriented our public policies. The achievements have been obtained without contracting new public debt, with measures of austerity and rationalization of spending, “explained Governor Carlos Joaquín.

Evangelina López, a tourist from Torreón, Coahuila, said that during this vacation she visited Chetumal, Bacalar, Mahahual and the natural landscapes of El Palmar and other attractions. “I really liked this new experience. Quintana Roo is beautiful with its natural wealth, but also its people. I will return again soon, ” she said.

Gloria Montero is a tourist who has fallen in love with Chetumal. “I have visited Chetumal many times; What I like most is the Bacalar lagoon and the tranquility of this city; you can walk the boulevard and enjoy the sunsets. I always recommend it. ”

(Photo: Administración Integral Portuaria de Quintana Roo)

RMT Newsroom with information from Cancun Mio