Sedectur seeks investment from Hyatt, Marriot and Hilton in Mazatlan

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Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas explained to the tourism sector the growth that the destination has had, in search of investment from highly renowned hotel chains.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- “This is the time for Mazatlán ” highlighted Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas in his participation in the 2022 edition of the HVS MexHIC, the leading conference on hotel investment in Mexico.

The head of the Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries of Mazatlan pointed out the growth that the tourist destination had in 2021 in terms of tourist arrivals, which was 16 percent, with goals for 2022 to achieve 20 percent more arrival of visitors, so it is time to attract a greater tourist offer.

“Being the destination with the highest percentage of hotel occupancy in the country, and that undoubtedly helps more investors and national and international chains look at the destination and see Mazatlan as one of the emerging destinations with the most possibilities for development and growth. ”.

Sedectur puts Mazatlán in the sights of hotel investors such as Hyatt, Marriot and Hilton.

In Mexico City, Velarde Cárdenas explained that it is important to be able to convey to the members of the tourism industry how the destination is, what the investment opportunities are, and thus be able to attract the hotel chains that are needed, giving the security of the growth that has the port.


The municipal official highlighted the meetings they had in coordination with the CIT Sinaloa, with executives from chains such as Accor, IHG, Marriot International, Hyatt, Hilton, among others, who showed interest in the destination, especially after learning about the changes in infrastructure city ​​of Mazatlan in recent years.

In addition to the recovery that the destination has achieved in both occupancy levels and hotel rates, in the midst of the pandemic, it expects positive results in the medium term due to the interest shown by investors.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com, punto.mx

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