Palladium Hotel Group is to grow its portfolio with the opening of a brand-new development to the north-east of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Opening in the vibrant and historic old town of Puerto Vallarta in early February 2018, Hotel Amapa embodies the fusion of traditional Mexican aesthetic with a laidback yet spirited vision in contemporary design bringing a new, fresh vibe to the area.
World Travel Awards will host its much anticipated Latin America Ceremony 2017 at the glittering Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in September. World Travel Awards president Graham Cooke said: “The Latin America Ceremony is always a highlight of the Grand Tour for World Travel Awards, and the team and I are excited to be bringing the event to the Mexican Riveria for the first time since 2009.
For the sixth year in a row, Mexico commits to adventure travel as a model for sustainable tourism growth through a strategic partnership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association. Through significant investment in the adventure travel market that is worth $263 Billion as of 2012, Mexico plans to work with multiple States across the country that want to educate their community, train local guides and operators, build infrastructure and promote Mexico’s adventure travel offerings.
Mexico is gearing up for a boom in medical tourism as the ageing U.S. population heads south not just for sun and sand but also “treatments and surgeries”.
Mexico City is expecting tourist arrival numbers to rise by a third next year on the back of free public viewing of 2010 World Cup games, a new law allowing same-sex marriages, as well as the recovery from the swine flu pandemic.
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