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Hotel rooms for Easter & Moto week in Mazatlan are selling like ‘Tacos’

Since the Mazatlan International Carnival, hotel room reservations for Easter have increased by 30 percent.

MAZATLÁN.- The president of the Tres Islas Hotel Association, José Ramón Manguart Sánchez, reported that by Easter, hotel occupancy will reach levels of 80 percent, that is, the maximum capacity allowed by the epidemiological green traffic light.

According to the calendar of the Ministry of Public Education and Culture, the vacation period begins April 11 and ends on the 22nd of the same month, so the arrival of thousands of tourists from Sinaloa, Nuevo León, Chihuahua, Nayarit, Mexico City, and Guadalajara.  

Reservations for that date are currently at 50 percent, so in the following days, that figure is expected to “inflate” until it reaches the maximum limit.

Manguart Sánchez said that after what was experienced during the Carnival festivities, from February 24 to March 1, the demand for rooms increased by 30 percent, he also mentioned that for Motorcycle Week a good occupation, since more than 15 thousand motorcyclists with their families are expected.

In the same period of 2021, occupancy was at 62.5 percent, and in 2020, the year the pandemic began, occupancy was at 0 percent because the hotels were closed, according to figures from Datatur de the Federal Secretary of Tourism.

And the pandemic?

For this 2022, considered as the post-pandemic year, the authorities are already considering that the use of the face mask is not mandatory, that is, that it be optional, at least in outdoor spaces.

Sinaloa is currently having an average of 132 cases of Covid-19 per day since the beginning of March, and according to the Federal Government of Sinaloa and all of Mexico, it will be green from March 21 to April 3.

What events will there be?

In addition to sun and beach, during Holy Week there are different events on the doorstep, one of them is the Mazatlán Fest, which until now we know will take place in the middle of the holiday period and there will be live music as well as a parade of allegorical cars along Avenida Del Tue, next April 16.

The famous Sunset Paradise electronic music festival, which takes place in the Cerritos area, will also take place, although details have not yet been released.

And after Holy Week, in Easter Week, the International Motorcycle Week 2022 will be held . 

We leave you the details of this event.

There are 5 packages and you can purchase

Let the engines roar! Tickets to attend the International Motorcycle Week 2022 are already on sale and here we detail the prices and what each one includes.

In total there are five packages that ticketmovil.com gives you to choose from:

Special Edition Kit

This includes a t-shirt, pin, patch and motorcycle entry, but not access to the event. This is a package that is aimed at fans who only want to have some memory of this edition.

Price: 280 pesos (plus shipping charges)

Registration Package

This is a more complete package, it includes a kit with a t-shirt, pin, patch, motorcycle entry, rider entry and general access to the event.

Price: 830 pesos (plus shipping charges)

VIP access

With this card you will have access every day, you will be entitled to a kit and the opportunity to enjoy all the concerts.

Price: 950 pesos (plus shipping charges)

VIP Registration Package

This package is for the most passionate, it includes a kit, concerts and a VIP area.

Price: 1,230 pesos (plus shipping charges)

General Access

This package is more for the general public who want to attend events and concerts, but do not have a motorcycle to show it off. (does not include kits)

Price: 550 pesos (plus shipping charges)

Remember that the International Motorcycle Week will take place from April 20 to 24 on the esplanade of the Convention Center.

Be careful, the prices shown are not the final cost, because at the time of making the purchase the amount increases due to service charges.

Source: punto.mx

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