Cancun, Q.R. — A new attraction for the city of Cancun has been given the green light by officials for the company, Dinner in the Sky.
The Belgium company has been given approval to create the new dinner concept in the Cancun Hotel Zone. The new attraction will offer diners a different sort of experience as their dinner booth is suspended in the air by a crane.
The Dinner in the Sky experience offers sky-high views while a table enjoys top notch dinner and drinks. While an exact location for the new attraction has yet to be determined, the company is considering setting up next to the wheel in Plaza La Isla or at the scenic tower of Grupo Experiencias Xcaret located next to Calinda Bridge.
The concept includes a floating table of 22 seats suspended by a crane 45 meters in the air. Each of the seats includes a safety harness. Diners are accompanied by waiters in the sky, where they are given a 360 degree view while eating.
The entire project will include a restaurant, bathrooms, warehouses and parking lot with an investment of approximately 4 million peso.
The company has been researching the Cancun market since 2014 and already have several other locations around Mexico including Teotihuacán, Mexico City, Los Cabos, Guadalajara and the latest, in Puerto Vallarta.
Joan Cordoves, Mexico partner of the company Dinner in the Sky, said the company has been operating for more than 10 years and is in 120 cities in nearly 40 countries.