After a week of combing through the rubble of a hotel-retail complex being built in the hotel zone, officials on Monday officially ended their search for more victims.
A missing person’s report has promoted rescue workers to continue searching rubble while early assumptions about the accident’s cause are being questioned.
Hotels are reporting a strong year, but will have 2,100 more rooms to fill in 2018.
Pressured by family to keep searching the rubble for a missing worker, crews found a fifth victim of Monday’s horrific construction accident.
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.
When the Food & Travel awards were handed out last week in Mexico City, many of the winners took them home to the Peninsula.
Already rosy to begin with, the outlook for hotel growth continues to get brighter.
The Yucatán Peninsula is the only region in Mexico to have increased hotel occupancy in the third quarter of 2017.
A whopping 35 percent of all tourist lodging happening through Airbnb, said the the leader of a hotel trade group.
Redecorated and updated from pillar to post, the historic Hotel Mérida has re-opened after being boarded up for nine years.