Riviera Maya boosts online services

Visiting the Riviera Maya just got easier with a new
booking service at the official destination website, bringing guests the
most up-to-date destination information and available rooms in the region.The company, 10GATES, has brought to the website a completely secure
system for online electronic transactions between hotels and their clients
that can confirm reservations in real time, to include both large and
small hospitality centers from Puerto Morelos to Tulum. This latest
service is a direct effort to simplify the reservation process and offer
more facilities to possible visitors, primarily the North American and
European markets who are the major users of electronic
transactions.
Hotels are added to the website almost every day,
continuously bringing new accommodation options throughout the Riviera
Maya. For easy-to-use search options, visitors can check room availability
by dates of travel and/or with an interactive map that links to all hotels
in the various tourist centers. Visitors can also search all-inclusive
packages and airfare from the reservation page, as well as take advantage
of a new 24-hour call center that offers information about Riviera Maya
and regional hotels. This new service is accessible through the icon Book
a Trip Online located in the upper right corner of the Riviera Maya
Tourism Promotion Website: www.rivieramaya.com, one of the most
consulted sites for those who wish to visit this part of the Mexican
Caribbean. Additional technical enhancements are being added over the next
90 days to improve the website visitor experience and make it more
prominent in the major search engines.
Easily accessible from many
cities throughout the U.S., the eighty-one mile stretch known as the
Riviera Maya is situated in the Mexican Caribbean on the coastline of the
Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Beginning eleven
miles south of the Cancun International Airport in Puerto Morelos, the
Riviera Maya extends to Felipe Carrillo Puerto, a small town near the Sian
Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. The region features the tranquility of uncrowded
beaches, a vast network of underground rivers, over 100 cenotes, the
action of eco-adventure sports including kayaking, mountain biking, scuba
diving, snorkeling, trekking, bird watching and deep sea fishing,
proximity to many of Mexico’s most significant Mayan archeological sites,
the varied activities of the eco-archeological parks, plus golf courses,
shopping, gourmet dining and a range of accommodations to suit every
lifestyle and budget. The Riviera Maya has been named a Top Destination in
Mexico for three consecutive years by Travel Weekly (2004, 2005 and 2006)
and was also featured in the January 2006 issue of Travel + Leisure as
“The Next Riviera”
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