Vallarta expects to reach 60% hotel occupancy by the end of the year

Director of Municipal Tourism, Ramón González Lomelí, announced that the boardwalk will remain open for the New Year’s celebration, with restaurant service until 2:00 in the morning, but not the discos or clubs.

“The boardwalk is not going to close, we are asking all citizens to spend their end of the year event in their homes, and those who come to the bar restaurants, which are the ones that will only be open,” he said.

“The clubs will be closed … only the restaurants that offer food and drinks will remain open until 2:00 in the morning, as long as they respect the healthy distance and all the protocols that the Ministry of Health has set.”

Regarding hotel occupancy, he indicated that in the year an average of 40.93 percent is carried.

“We hope to achieve 41. The occupancy to date is 52.3%, hopefully by the end of the year we will achieve 60%, I do not think we will exceed this, there are hotels that will be at 70%, but on average we are not even reaching the 55% “.

NORTH AMERICA FLIGHTS RECOVERED

The lawyer González Lomelí reported that there has been a rebound in arrivals at the airport, on December 28, 7,248 passengers were received from 42 foreign flights and 31 domestic flights with 4,217 passengers.

“We are now calmer because flights began to recover, especially from Canada and some points in the United States, but unfortunately they are with problems and we are waiting for this to calm down in January and we can receive more flights.”

He highlighted the flights since June American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta, United Airlines from the United States. South West and Sun Country from the US and Canada Westjet were added in October.

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In November they were increased from the country of the maple leaf: Air Canada, Swoop Airlines and Transant Airlines.

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