Riviera Maya, Q.R. — An ecotourism project consisting of two hotels has been submitted to state authorities. The company Oleum Joint Venture submitted their Riviera Maya Ecotourism Complex project where they plan to build the two hotel complexes among other structures.
The company wants to build their Complejo Ecoturístico Riviera Maya (Riviera Maya Ecotourism Complex) in the area of Punta Ina, land just south of the Sac-Tun excavation pit.
The project was submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) on April 30. If approved, Oleum Joint Venture, a Mexican company headquartered out of Tijuana, would begin to build two 286-room hotels, a beach club and shopping area over an area of 255,510 square meters of land.