With over 12,400 hotel rooms, Puerto Vallarta is ready to receive the thousands of tourists who will be at the destination during the Easter and Holy Week vacation.
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It is expected that the popular Mexican Pacific town will register a 95% hotel occupancy during Holy Week and peeking to 100% March 29, 30 and 31.
The projection translates into an economic income of over $730 million pesos, according to data from the Tourism Secretariat of Jalisco (Secturjal) .
In 2017, Puerto Vallarta welcomed 4,522,800 visitors, of which 1,430,000 belonged to the national market and over 3 million from international travelers.
Puerto Vallarta is one of the top choices for national tourists who decides to take advantage of the last holiday season before summer. Vacationers are attracted to the warmth of its people, its excellent cuisine of international stature, outdoor activities, beaches, the mountains and its unique sunsets.