Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Ongoing investments in the state not only creates jobs, but shows investor confidence. Those were some of the words expressed by Governor Carlos Joaquin at the inauguration of the Nickelodeon hotel.
The hotel, which has already been in operation for more than eight months, was officially inaugurated this week, with Governor Carlos Joaquin on site. He says these types of investments create legal jobs with legal benefits for the people of Quintana Roo.
He says investments in the state mark a very important contribution to the tourist product and to what Quintana Roo represents, noting that this particular project was built during the covid-19 pandemic “when there was uncertainty and things were not easy.”
“This speaks very well of our businessmen, of the investors, of each and all of you to whom I thank for that trust and who are always welcome in Quintana Roo,” said the governor.
Carlos Joaquín highlighted the presence of businessmen from Paramount Global, the company that owns the Nickelodeon brand, along with the owners of Grupo Karisma and Grupo Lomas, a company that was started in Mexico 40 years ago.