Tulum, Q.R. — A majority of Tulum’s all-inclusive hotels are at near capacity rates reports the Tulum head of Croc. Claudio Cortés Méndez, delegate of the Confederación Revolucionaria de Obreros y Campesinos (Croc) in Tulum says that the all-inclusive hotels in Riviera Maya are at 90 to 95 percent occupancy rates.
“This has led us to maintain the workforce,” he said, noting that large hotels are expected to maintain their high occupancy rates until the 25th of August when those rates will likely drop to around 60 percent.
He said that despite this decrease, layoffs are not expected because there is a labor shortage in the large tourist complexes.
“In the case of the large hotels, it will be until around the 25th of this month that this high occupancy will be maintained, while in other sectors such as the coast and the center, the operation has seen ups and downs, but we hope that it will improve in the final stretch of the holiday season,” he said.