While Mazatlan maintains 98.5 percent occupancy, in Sinaloa it is 85 percent
Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- At the end of the summer holiday season, the economic spill will be approximately 4.5 billion pesos, said Tourism Secretary Óscar Pérez Barros.
The official explained that Mazatlan registered an occupation of 98.5 percent last weekend and similar figures are maintained for the last two of this holiday period.
Pérez Barros agrees with Guillermo Romero Rodríguez, president of the Hotels and Motels Commission of Concanaco Servytur, which has been a better season than last year and that the economic benefit will be greater than 10 percent than last year in this same period.
Reservations are still high until August 18, although the influx will remain until 25, as the 2019-2020 school year begins on the 26th of this month.
The preliminary results so far are good. In July they closed with an average occupancy rate of 85 percent in Sinaloa and the trend for August will be higher.
In addition, figures of up to 95 percent are handled in the magical towns, this shows the preference for the entity. However, Mazatlan is placed first by having a percentage of 98.5 percent.
The national leader of hotels and motels, Guillermo Romero, and the president of Canaco Servitur, Jesús Sandoval Gaxiola, stressed that they conducted a direct study with tourists to learn how much they spend, their reason for coming to Mazatlan, what they like and how They contacted the lodging
They were also questioned about what they liked about the port and what they didn’t, in addition to their opinion about security and services.
The directors indicated that it will be until Monday or Tuesday the results will be announced.
This survey is done every year to know the failures that tourists point out, correct them and give a better service.
Source: el debate
The Mazatlan Post