The Federal Secretary of Tourism announced that Los Cabos surpassed the rest of the most popular tourist destinations in the country in terms of hotel occupancy.
Los Cabos was the destination with the highest hotel occupancy in the country from November 15 to 21, ahead of the popular attractions of Cancun, Quintana Roo, as announced by the Secretary of Tourism of the Mexican Government, Miguel Torruco Marqués.
The national average occupancy rate was 54.3%; however, in Los Cabos, occupancy reached 70.7%, 0.6 percentage points higher than the previous week.
Cancun came in second place with 70.5%, and Puerto Vallarta was third with 69.2% in hotel reservations.
The results of Datatur’s sampling of 12 of the country’s main tourist sites were also made public, among which the following stand out: Aguascalientes with 63.8%; Villahermosa, 50.2%; Mexico City, 48%; Acapulco, 38.9%, to mention a few.
With information from Uno más uno