Playa Del Carmen Hotels Close To 100% Occupancy This Winter

Playa Del Carmen Hotels Close To 100% Occupancy This Winter

The hotels in Playa del Carmen are almost fully booked for the winter season, with occupancy rates of up to 95%. Small hotels have already increased their figures to 70%, whereas in previous months they had only reached 50%.

“The trend is upward, and we hope that the small hotels on Fifth Avenue and 10th Street can also reach 90%,” said Carlos Jiménez, Director of Tourism Promotion of the Municipality, according to Noticaribe.

He pointed out that American travelers take first place in bookings. However, the number of domestic tourists from Campeche, Yucatán and Quintana Roo has been increasing recently.

As reports, the hotel association of Cancún, Puerto Morelos and Isla Mujeres estimates that hotels will be almost fully booked by January. Therefore, they have just held their monthly job fair to hire 500 employees to fill their vacancies.

Why Tourists Keep Flocking To Playa del Carman

Playa del Carmen captivates tourists from around the world for numerous reasons. Here are a few key points highlighting why it’s a beloved destination:

Affordable: Playa del Carmen is an affordable alternative compared to 2 other main hotspots Cancun and Tulum.

Stunning Beaches: Playa del Carmen is renowned for its picturesque beaches with crystal-clear turquoise waters and powdery white sand, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports.

Vibrant Nightlife: The town boasts a lively nightlife scene. Quinta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) is the hub of activity after dark, offering a plethora of bars, clubs, and restaurants that cater to a diverse range of tastes and styles.

Rich Cultural Heritage: Visitors are drawn to the town’s cultural offerings, including its proximity to ancient Mayan ruins such as Tulum and Coba, providing a glimpse into Mexico’s rich historical tapestry.

Diverse Culinary Scene: Playa del Carmen’s culinary landscape is a blend of traditional Mexican flavors and international cuisine. The town is a haven for foodies, offering everything from street food to upscale dining experiences.

Eco-Friendly and Adventure Activities: The area is surrounded by natural wonders, including cenotes (natural sinkholes), and eco-parks like Xcaret, offering opportunities for snorkeling, diving, and exploring diverse ecosystems.

Shopping and Local Crafts: The town is also a shopper’s paradise, with a variety of local markets and boutiques selling handmade crafts, clothing, and unique souvenirs.

Warm Hospitality: The locals in Playa del Carmen are known for their warm hospitality, adding to the town’s welcoming and friendly atmosphere, making tourists feel at home.