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There’s no denying that travelers who visit the Mexican Caribbean love the all-inclusive resorts, as they are always filled during busy seasons.    Airbnbs have grown popular over the years as well, though, and even more so in recent years, with demand rising as much as 60 percent.    Being that all-inclusives have so much to offer, …

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The phenomenon of vacation rentals has really taken hold of the tourism market these past few years.  More and more tourists are looking for that home-away-from-home feel when traveling, skipping the more luxurious, all-inclusive hotels that so many usually opt for.  Airbnb is the most notable app that offers thousands of homes in the Mexican …

Read More about New Cancun Airbnb Laws Will Help Keep Tourists Safe 

Of the 40,000 plus Airbnbs and other vacation rentals in the Mexican Caribbean, the majority are located in the region’s most popular vacation destination, Cancun.    Although luxury all-inclusives still remain the number one accommodation for Cancun tourists, the popularity of Airbnb is on the rise.    Due to the growing number of Airbnbs, the need for …

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Hotels in the Riviera Maya recently reviewed feedback from many of the travelers who visited the region last year and put together a set of initiatives to help improve the experience that guests have on their beach vacation getaways in 2024. The Big Five “Although we cannot do much in the face of external situations, …

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While many travelers go to Cancun seeking the simplified vacation experience that an all-inclusive resort provides, many prefer Airbnbs too.    For travelers that do prefer Airbnb, there’s no shortage of them in Cancun, with around 14,000 total units available in Cancun alone, and about 40,000 in the Mexican Caribbean as a whole.    While Airbnbs do …

Read More about Cancun Airbnbs To See Safety Boost With Enforcement Of New Regulations 

A new report shows that Cancun travelers are increasingly dissatisfied with the quality of their online vacation rental. While more travelers are opting for Airbnbs and other vacation rentals, the number of guest complaints is also on the rise.  From untidy bedrooms to mismatching expectations, a number of things can go wrong when it comes …

Read More about Top 3 Complaints Travelers Have About Cancun Airbnbs According To New Report

Last year was one for the record books for Airbnb in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean. The company not only increased revenues in 2023, but also the number of properties available to travelers in the area. More Than 30 Percent Increase in Cancun In Cancun alone, Airbnb increased its revenues and units 34 percent in …

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As crazy as it might be to think about 2024 already, it is just around the corner, and there is no time like the present to start planning your next vacation to the Mexican Caribbean and the Yucatan Peninsula.  As the popularity of vacation rentals continues to soar as a worthy alternative to all-inclusive resorts, …

Read More about These 3 Destinations Near Cancun Will Be Hugely Popular In 2024 According To Airbnb

The deadline for tourism providers in the Mexican Caribbean has come and passed, according to officials at the Quintana Roo Tourism Department. They will now start spot investigations of companies that provide services to visitors during the peak winter holiday travel season to make sure they have proper licenses and insurance to keep tourists safe. …

Read More about Officials Cracking Down On Unlicensed Mexican Caribbean Tourism Providers

All-inclusive resorts are undoubtedly the most popular type of lodging in the Mexican Caribbean, with hundreds of options spread out along the coast, but Airbnbs are popular too.    There are more than 40,000 Airbnb and other vacation rental units available throughout the region, and although that’s less than half of the number of hotel rooms, …

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