The hotelier attributes that in this year the winter season has been favorable and that there are seven congresses of great impact for the months of May and June in the destination
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The hotelier Carlos Berdegué Sacristán, anticipated that this year could be the best in tourism for Mazatlan because the winter season was positive and better than in other years and also Important events are coming within the destination.
“This year, unlike other destinations, such as Cancun and Riviera Maya, which are about 14 percent down, this year Mazatlan I believe that, without a doubt, will be the best year, even better than 2008.”
“Last year was very good but we had not had as much American and Canadian as we had this winter; May and June are being spectacularly strong; Summer does not worry us much, it’s going to be very good and now we have to work very hard to raise September, October and November, “he said.
As for the months of May and June, he announced that seven congresses are approaching that would generate up to 85 percent in the occupancy books of the hotels and shared that one of the strategies that the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur) implements in all The country is going to other congresses that are being held in different destinations in the country to close negotiations and ensure that the next edition of such convention is held in Mazatlan.
In terms of improving the offer of attractions, Berdegué Sacristán reported that the promotion of what is the Barrancas del Cobre train, which includes Mazatlan at the end of the tour, will be implemented, with the intention that the users of this package rest in the beach.
Source: reaccion informativa
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