Tulum, Q.R. — The head of the Tulum hotel association says that it will be July when the municipality’s all-inclusive resorts reopen their doors.
David Ortiz Mena, president of the Asociación de Hoteles de Tulum reports that approximately 65 percent of hotels have reopened at a 30 percent capacity from June 8-15. He adds that the all-inclusives, however, will reopen July 1, also observing a 30 percent maximum capacity rate as long as the state’s epidemiological light remains orange.
He says that there are more than 560 tourist-related companies in the municipality that are health certified to receive guests and noted that the number of daily flights into the Cancun International Airport continues to increase. He says now, the majority of flights arriving from the US are from the east coast and the state of Texas.
“There are good indications, as there are scheduled flights from Madrid (Spain) and Portugal that could arrive in July, while other destinations, for example Germany, will have flight restrictions until August 31,” he stated.