Thanks to strong tourist activity, Quintana Roo grew faster than China in 2016 and recorded the second-best economic growth in Mexico.
Ever since the City Council announced parking restrictions on streets surrounding the main square, a business group has been up in arms.
Hotels are reporting a strong year, but will have 2,100 more rooms to fill in 2018.
Yucatán state officials take pleasure in welcoming Aeroméxico’s inaugural flight from Atlanta, the largest airport in the world.
Regulating the growth of online rental platforms while also appeasing irate hoteliers, the state plans to begin a 3 percent tax on homeowners using the technology beginning Jan. 1.
La Feria de la Naranja kicked off last night with the coronation of their Orange Queen, as well as fireworks and stilt walkers.
A group of Aeromexico pilots went on strike early Tuesday, affecting more than 3,500 passengers, including hundreds in Mérida.
The year is expected to come to a close with 1.4 million visitors in Mérida, an increase of 16 percent.
The majestic convent of San Antonio de Padua is getting a fresh coat of its famously ochre-yellow paint as the faithful prepare for festivities in honor of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception.
Uber is threatening to leave Cancun’s growing resort market if proposed rules governing the ride-hailing service go through.