Tulum, Q.R. — Another establishment in Tulum has been shut down for municipal violations regarding coronavirus restrictions. On Tuesday night, authorities arrived at Hotel Azulik and shut it down after they were found hosting a party with the sale of alcoholic beverages.
The hotel was shut by city council officials for not respecting the decree due to the coronavirus pandemic. Alcoholic sales, social gatherings, non-essential activities and meetings have been temporarily restricted and / or banned by the state government.
The hotel was closed down after patrols of the municipal police and the secretary general of the Tulum city council, Enrique Rodríguez Luna arrived on site. The state government has repeatedly warned businesses of fines and the possible loss of their liquor license for non-compliance.
Less than a week ago, Glamping Libelula Tulum boutique hotel was also shut down for hosting an alcoholic party and failing to comply with the temporary ban on alcoholic sales and gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.