Local investors will build a Courtyard by Marriott hotel across the street from the new International Convention Center, said Tourism Secretary Saúl Ancona Salazar.
Mérida lacks beaches, and Progreso has them. Now, the two cities are collaborating to promote tourism between both municipalities.
The Mexican Association of Hotels in Yucatan is increasing its ranks as members band together against Airbnb rentals.
Its tower is no longer pink, but the building is just as grand, if not more stately, than ever before.
More details are emerging about the hotel-shopping complex planned for Mérida’s airport entrance.
No opening date has been announced although Starbucks’ signs are already up in the restaurant off the Gran Hotel’s lobby. The café replaces the Main Street Restaurant at Parque Hidalgo.
Burying cables that until now were suspended on poles is the final stage of street modernization around the new convention center.
Weeks after ordering the owner to remove a flamboyant mural from its facade, city officials in Valladolid closed the beleaguered El Terminal Hotel for operating without permits.
For the first half of this year, Yucatán’s tourism sector reports historic highs.
A little more halfway through 2017, the municipal Directorate of Urban Development has already authorized 21 hotel construction licenses.