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Merida, Yucatan — Closed for more than a month, area hotels are poised to reopen in just over three weeks. The industry has agreed to...
The federal secretariats of health and tourism are advancing a “Hotel Covid-19” program in Mérida, turning the city's empty hospitality centers into hospitals. Anticipating...
Merida, Yucatan — A dozen city hotels with a combined 500 guest rooms have closed as tourist numbers dwindle. The Yucatan Hotel Association on Wednesday...
After persuading the state government to assess Airbnb properties a 3 percent lodging tax, the president of the local hotel association wants more.
With the arrival of six transnational lodging companies, in 2019 there will be 5,000 more guest rooms in the capital city.
The hotel zone's Porfirian granddaddy was a little stuck in time. The owners hired a Merida-born designer to correct that.
Complaining their electric bills have risen by 77 percent since August 2017, the association representing Yucatán's hotel sector has taken their case to the national regulators.
A second crane accident at the Paseo 60 hotel complex has sent two passengers in a combi to the hospital.
In this version of the "Olympics," the athletes are the maids, cooks, bartenders and bellhops.
An 85-kilometer/50-mile coastal hotel zone stretching from Sisal to Telchac Puerto was suggested Monday by the president of the Mexican Association of Hoteliers of Yucatán.
The ornate mansion, built in 1915 during the opulent Porfiriato and mirroring the period's French Renaissance trend, will be used for receptions and social events.
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.