Joint actions! Mazatlan Hoteliers, Capta and Immujer work to strengthen the city’s image


Both municipal agencies take the campaign “Tourist Attention and Security in Lodging Centers” to hotels in the port, to avoid bad experiences for visitors.

Mazatlan Sinaloa. – Prior to the summer vacations and to strengthen the image of the port as a safe and reliable tourist destination, the Tourist Assistance and Protection Center and the Municipal Women’s Institute are joining forces with hoteliers for this objective.

Through the campaign Attention and Tourist Security in Lodging Centers in the port, prior to the summer vacation period, both municipal agencies are visiting the lodging centers, prior to the summer vacation season.

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María Astrid Macías Fregoso, head of Capta, said that the objective is to facilitate the identification and prevention of risks and incidents by hotel staff, which will strengthen the image of a safe and reliable tourist destination for those who visit Mazatlan, avoiding bad experiences. .

After the meeting she had with the staff of the Hotel Playa Mazatlán, the official trusted that in each meeting they have with the lodging centers, up to 50 collaborators per hotel attend, and they have several scheduled meetings with the tourist developments of the port.

“It’s holidays and many people come to have fun and many times there are excesses, taking care of that we are going to continue in the same dynamic with other hotels that receive a lot of occupancy flow, because the truth is that almost all of them have 100% occupancy”.

The topics that are addressed in the meetings are the work of Capta, processes in the channeling of incidents with tourists in lodging centers, the Mztourist App, while on the part of ImMujer they promote the identification and prevention of victims of human trafficking in the tourist industry.

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