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Hotel occupancy rates have fallen as the industry readjusts to the business traveler's expectations.
Profeco has been busy monitoring holiday trade at the airport and markets, but some sectors in particular have been quiet.
Taxes on Airbnb revenue are a start, but the state has stalled on regulations that would ensure home rentals are safe, says the head of the hotel association
Does Carnaval belong in the city center, or out of town? The debate continues.
The head of a business group representing hotels urged swift passage of a law taxing Airbnb rentals, and suggested other businesses should also contribute to the state's tourism promotion fund.
Human error, not a design or construction flaw, caused the horrific accident at Paseo 60, concludes a federal official.
Reforms to state sanitation law compel the state health department to inspect hostels, timeshares, campgrounds, spare rooms and even shared rooms, starting Jan. 1.
A building that served as a landmark to past generations has been torn down in the name of a growing Hotel Zone.
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.
Pressured by family to keep searching the rubble for a missing worker, crews found a fifth victim of Monday's horrific construction accident.
When the Food & Travel awards were handed out last week in Mexico City, many of the winners took them home to the Peninsula.
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.
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.