Puerto Morelos, Q.R. — The increasingly popular American chain resort, Margaritvaville, has set its sights on Mexico’s Riviera Maya.
A draft of a proposal to build a 357-room resort has been sent for review to federal authorities. The Environmental Impact Statement (MIA) was submitted to the General Direction of Impact and Environmental Risk (DGIRA ) to assess the feasibility of the project.
The 357-room resort project would be distributed into several complexes five floors in height with a total building surface of more than 63,300 square meters.
According to data published in the Official Gazette of Semarnat, Margaritaville Riviera Maya is being promoted by the company Xey Inmobiliaria SA de CV.
If the project is approved, it would be constructed in the municipality of Puerto Morelos. Margaritaville resorts are popular American hotel options in the United States and Cayman Islands.