Published On: Fri, Feb 3rd, 2023

3 Hotels in Tulum remove guests due to land dispute

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On Thursday, February 2nd, numerous guests staying in three hotels in the Tulum area were subjected to an abrupt end to their reservations after a land dispute forced the hotels to close and cease their operations without warning.

Tulum has grown massively as a destination in recent years, emerging as a wildly-popular place to be since the pandemic ended.

As more and more hotels spring up around the town to capitalize on its recent successes, it’s these three suddenly closing their doors and turfing out their guests.

Three hotels that were located in the popular coastal area of Tulum were forced to close and cease their operations yesterday afternoon following a dispute between these properties and the company Santa María S. de RL. Believed to be due to an issue regarding a land dispute, the move saw agents from the Quintana Roo Prosecutor’s Office, police officers, and freight units turn up at the hotels and evict the residents and workers in the middle of the day as they acted on official orders issued by the First and Second Civil Courts of First Instance, leaving the ailing holidaymakers to scramble to find alternative accommodation.

The Riviera Maya Times



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