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Don’t Expect Your Cancun Hotel Staff To Speak English As Employee Shortage Continues

Cancun businesses that cater to the needs of tourists like restaurants, and hotels have always made an effort to ensure that their staff members speak English. However, with the pandemic many of the tourism industry workers that originally hailed from other parts of Mexico returned to their hometowns. Doing so in an effort to cut …

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Traveling To Cancun Is Now Cheaper As Peak Season Ends

With the end of the peak season prices for a Cancun vacation are expected to go down considerably. Making a trip to the Mexican beach city more affordable for both local and international travelers. In a report titled Triple Index Cities, by TNS Cancun has dropped from being the 7th most expensive city to vacation …

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The 4 Best Resorts For Groups In The Riviera Maya

There are some great resorts in the Riviera Maya, with many aimed at couples, and others suitable for standard-sized families. But when you want to travel with a group of friends, or larger family groups, it can be more difficult to find a good fit.  Here are some resorts in Cancun and the Riviera Maya …

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Alcohol Sales Will Be Banned This Sunday in Cancun and the Riviera Maya 

Starting this Saturday, April 9 there will be a ban on alcoholic beverages for a period of 24 hours due to elections.  The ban will affect Cancun and the Riviera Maya, as well as other areas throughout Quintana Roo, but some establishments will still be allowed to continue to sell alcoholic beverages.  Where those businesses are …

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Cost Of Real Estate In Cancun Continues To Skyrocket

The cost of real estate in the Cancun area continues to rise. The average cost of a home in Cancun specifically currently sits around 5 million MXN. At the current exchange rate that’s a bit over 250,000 USD. An apartment in a mid level complex in Cancun is going for just over 5 million pesos …

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Protest On Highway Between Cancun And Playa del Carmen Causing Massive Traffic Delays

The transporters union which is made up mostly truck drivers from across the country staged a nationwide protest at the beginning of the week. The truckers’ union decided to literally park trucks in main avenues, and highways across the country. Causing massive traffic jams in multiple Mexican cities. The Cancun region was not exempt from …

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Flights To Cancun Continue To Climb Despite Pandemic And World Conflict

The tourism industry in general continues to take blow after blow. It seems that all of the latest main world events spell disaster for the tourism industry. The COVID pandemic is obviously the biggest one in a generation. Travel restrictions are still in effect in some countries. That has heavily impacted the number of flights …

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Mexico President Promises Creation of Natural Parks Along Cancun-Tulum Maya Train Route

There’s no question that one of the main concerns that have been raised regarding the Maya Train project has been the effects it can have on the environment. Recently the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador visited the construction site. In this particular trip the president inspected the construction of the track that will …

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Walmart Workers Go On Strike & Threaten To Close All Cancun Stores

Workers at more than 15 Walmart locations (including Superama, Sam’s Club and Bodega Aurrera stores) in not only the Cancun area, but all of Quintana Roo have gone on strike. Monday around 1 p.m. the workers arrived at the Walmart Centro Cancun location, and stood in front of the store with picket signs that spelled …

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Hilton Cancun – Everything You Need To Know Before Booking

The Hilton Cancun, one of the most anticipated new hotels in the Riviera Maya, is now open and providing guests with the kind of luxurious and relaxing vacation expected from a famous hospitality brand. The Cancun Sun had the opportunity to stay at the new Hilton Cancun, an All-Inclusive Resort, and try out everything from …

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