Puerto Vallarta would generate $33.2 million pesos if the internet application Airbnb would impose the 3% lodging tax required by law.
Deputy Juan Carlos Anguiano presented the bill on the lodging tax of 3%, which will be analyzed at the congress of Jalisco this Thursday.
The Mexican state of Quintana Roo, home to the country’s Caribbean destinations like Cancun and Tulum, entered an agreement with the online home sharing and rental website last month to collect taxes from reservations in that state.
The legislator, president of the congressional tourism commission, said, "in the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, the . . .