Hotel industry in Jalisco: “disastrous” and “worrying”

Although the economic reactivation has already been carried out, the hotels in Jalisco, not counting Puerto Vallarta, are with few clients and no reservations, only 12 percent occupancy out of the 25 percent allowed at this time, said Juan Carlos Mondragón, president of the Association of Jalisco hotels.

He recalled that initially there were 86 hotels, of all sizes, which closed voluntarily due to the lack of demand temporarily and only 16 remain unopened. 70 have already opened their doors.

"The issue here, rather than the issue of opening or not opening, is that . . .

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