Yalkú Hotel proposal rejectedMexico Tulum 

Proposal for Yalkú Hotel rejected

Akumal, Q.R. – A recent proposal presented to local officials for the construction of a new hotel project at Akumal has been rejected.

Yalkú Hotel, a project that would have seen the construction of a multi-villa building totaling more than 400 rooms, has been rejected by the government after reviewing the environmental impact statement.

Promoted by BP Promotions SA de CV, the project would have an investment of 192 million pesos and consisted of 12 villas or buildings of 3 levels with a height of 12 meters and a total of 401 rooms. It also included the construction of an indoor plaza, pool, lobby and snack bar, generating 700 jobs of which 200 would be temporary and 500 fixed.

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