Hyatt will open 5,000 rooms and bets on a social balance

Under the management of Governor Mara Lezama, the Hyatt group is committed to Quintana Roo as a safe destination for its expansion and growth in tune with social projects that must translate into well-being for each of the households, as indicated in the New Agreement by the Well-being and Development of Quintana Roo

(Source: Quintana Roo Promoción Turística)

The governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama Espinosa, met with the CEO and executives of the Hyatt hotel chain, the group with the largest presence in the state, a framework in which they discussed growth projects, as well as investment plans and They agreed to develop actions of social impact that allow both professionalizing the world-class service that the state has, as well as caring for the most precious asset that is the working hands and their families.

On her second day of the agenda at FITUR 2023, the Governor met with Mark Hoplamazian, president and CEO of Hyatt Hotel Corporation and Gonzalo del Peón, president of Grupo Inclusive Collection, Hyatt Americas & Global Commercial, executives and businessmen who recognized Quintana Roo as a safe state and destination for investment, where in 2023 two new lodging centers will open in Tulum and Isla Mujeres with 5,000 rooms.

Mara Lezama explained that Quintana Roo is the most important tourist destination in Mexico, not only because of what it currently represents, with a total of 127,399 rooms in its 1,331 hotels, but also because of the enormous growth potential that it has with the construction of four thousand 691 hotel rooms that are in process in this 2023.

The Governor pointed out that Quintana Roo is a noble state, where there is security and conditions for growth, but "the most important thing is to take care of the conditions of the workers so that their Families are getting better and feel at home, part of this tourist success, seeing a better standard of living reflected”.

He stressed that prosperity must be shared, as established in the New Agreement for Well-being and Development so that social and community well-being is achieved through joint work between the government and the private initiative that allows the benefit of growth to be both north and south of the state.

He pointed out that his government works so that all municipalities are attractive, recognized and receive the world for the best experience, including tourist diversification with the opening of new archaeological zones, routes that will allow the generation of new attractions in addition to the projection that the Mayan Train will give and its 1,500 kilometers that it will be starting at the end of the year.

Mara Lezama added that with the support of the Government of Mexico there is a historic investment in infrastructure works such as Colosio Boulevard, the Tulum airport, the Nichupté Bridge, among others.

For his part, Mark Hoplamazian, president and CEO of Hyatt Hotel Corporation highlighted that the diversification of services in the state through its hotels that allow options to be given to everyone in Quintana Roo and the commitment is to continue investing for its expansion, as well as in social projects for its workers and workers.

They agreed on the importance of working to generate well-being for Quintana Roo families and offered to work together with the State Government headed by Mara Lezama to generate projects that benefit their workforce, especially the children of workers.

Governor Mara Lezama was accompanied during the meeting by the Secretary of Tourism in Quintana Roo, Bernardo Cueto Riestra; the general director of the CPTQ, Javier Aranda and the director of Promotion Jorge Luis Téllez.      

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