Tulum, Q.R. — A company has submitted their environmental impact statement for the approval of a new international hotel that, if approved, will be constructed in the municipality of Tulum.
The firm Calvia Balear de México has applied for permission to construct a hotel of 1,089 rooms on the west side of the federal 307 highway in Region 015 in the municipality of Tulum. In the Environmental Impact Manifestation, the project is detailed to consist of hotel rooms, public service areas, swimming pools, sun areas, walking path, roads, landscaped areas and a conservation area.
The project would be displaced across 116,579 square meters of property and consist of nine 3-level buildings with construction taking place over a period of five years and an investment of $130 million USD.