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Record Hotel Occupancy Levels in Mexico

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The first quarter of this year brought a record hotel occupancy rate for Mexico. According to Tourism Ministry statistics, 70 key destinations in the country have seen a positive increase.

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Mexico Reaches Record hotel occupancy in the first quarter
The Tourism Ministry said that in the 70 destinations in the country watched was a positive cumulative increase.

Mexico recorded in the first four months of the year a record hotel occupancy with 185,550 quarts reserved, exceeding by 7.6% over the same months of 2011, an official source.

The Ministry of Tourism (Tourism Ministry) said that in the 70 destinations in the country watched was a positive cumulative increase, even beyond 2008, which had been considered the best seasons in recent years.

The Tourism Ministry said that the data were recorded in the system and Tur Data cover the period comprising the first of January to 29 April.

Tourism Ministry said that the resorts “showed significant growth” among these beach destinations like Riviera Maya and Puerto Vallarta, with increases of 6.3% and 20.1% respectively over the same period of 2011.

Also, “Integrally Planned Centers reported 8.1% increase in the number of rooms occupied,” says the report.

Among these is Huatulco, on the southern coast of Oaxaca (Mexican Pacific) with an increase of 13%, Cancun (Mexican Caribbean), with 10.8%, and Loreto and Los Cabos (Baja California), with 10, 5% and 3.4% respectively over the same period last year.

For urban tourism, Guadalajara reported an increase of 13.3%, while in Monterrey was 12.5% ​​and in Mexico City, 10.6%.

In other inland cities include Villahermosa, Guanajuato, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi and Leon, with increases of 29.2%, 24.2%, 23.8%, 16.4% and 16.4% respectively.

The 12 destinations in the Mundo Maya (Riviera Maya, Cozumel, Cancun, Isla Mujeres, Tonala, Merida, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Villahermosa, San Cristobal de las Casas, Palenque, Campeche and Comitan) grew by 7.6% in occupied rooms.

The Tourism Ministry said that 16 to May 18 Riviera Maya will host the first regional summit of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) with the participation of over 500 entrepreneurs and executives in the tourism sector across the continent.

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