Riviera Maya, Q.R.– A proposal to build a luxury eco-resort in Mexico’s Riviera Maya has been rejected.
Permits for the construction of the Tampalam Bay Luxury Eco Resort within the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve in Felipe Carrillo Puerto have been rejected by Semarnat.
Building of the luxury eco-resort was proposed along the Mahahual-Pulticub highway, in the direction of Punta Herrerothe.
Project promoter Esteban López Rosas noted the hotel would have been built on piles and divided into 12 two-story 160-square-meter villas. The entire project would have also had parking, a restaurant, pool, bar, dock and cenote with an investment of 30 million peso.