Cancún, Q.R. — Irregularities are already presenting themselves in regard to the upcoming Gran Solaris in the Cancun Hotel Zone.
Councilor Roger Sanchez Anguse says that the hotel envisioned a size much larger than allowed, saying that these types of things that fall outside the law will no longer be accepted.
The councilor, who filed an appeal to review the municipal permits that led to the suspension of the project, indicated that the use of land issued, which was for a density of 123 hotel rooms in addition to parking lots and other areas was defined, but the current marked project on that property is much larger.
“Their property is not affected, but they will be asked to adjust plans to the allowed density,” said Sanchez Anguse.
The councilor did not consider it an affront that the company has not yet attended its hearing with Cancun City Council, noting they are still within the deadline and commented that they must be gathering information to justify their use of land.