Cancun, Q.R. — Governor Carlos Joaquin was part of the inauguration of Cancun’s latest real estate project. On Thursday during a speech, Joaquin highlighted the confidence investors have in Quintana Roo in the midst of the ongoing health crisis.
He pointed out that Quintana Roo is clearly in a state of recovery, which is being reflected in the opening of new first-rate investment projects, the latest being the $127 million Shark Tower in Puerto Cancun.
“That means vision, confidence and of course, a big thank you from Quintana Roo to the Dauajare group for having confidence in the state, in the Mexican Caribbean, in the growth of the tourism market,” said the governor.
Carlos Joaquín said that today, the economy is in a recovery process with a significant arrival of visitors, with a more than 85 percent hotel occupancy rate and an average of 600 flights on any given day at Cancun International.
He also mentioned the return of the cruise industry, which has added to the return of visitors “that we have back,” he said.