“Hoteliers stand out, quick recovery after hurricane.

The passage of Hurricane Beryl through the Mexican Caribbean did not significantly affect hotel occupancy, according to Jesús Almaguer Salazar, president of the Hotel Association of the Mexican Caribbean.

He also added that in the case of flights, Cancun Airport reported 332 cancellations, and 166 of these were arrivals. However, the following day, Saturday, there were 573 operations, indicating a recovery. Positive numbers after the hurricane He reiterated that good numbers are expected for the summer season, especially from American and national tourists visiting the 12 destinations in the Mexican Caribbean.

Additionally, some books already have sales closures for the season, while others are at 60%.

Last-minute reservations continue to be popular, sometimes accounting for up to 50% of visitors.

He explained that efforts are being made to facilitate travelers’ search and booking processes to increase occupancy rates.

This new approach aims to attract tourists by making simple changes to enhance the visibility of lodging centers. Travel possibilities According to a study by the Center for Advanced Research in Sustainable Tourism, economic travel possibilities for the domestic market have increased.

The indicator reached its highest level for a May month in recorded history, at 40%. In the same month of 2023, it was 35%, and in 2022, it stood at 34%. Before the pandemic in 2019, the indicator was 30%.

Cruise ships have resumed operations since last Saturday in Cozumel, and this week from July 8th to 14th, 19 cruise ships are scheduled to arrive.

These numbers, according to the schedule, show no cancellations in both Costa Maya and Cozumel, as reported by the Quintana Roo Tourism Secretariat.

Source: 24 Horas Quintana Roo