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Cabo hotels hit high occupancy in summer

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Cabo hotels are on a high after reaching record occupancy rates of 75% throughout the summer season. A fantastic result compared to the national average occupancy rate which, like last year, was only 35-40%.

Summer is not traditionally a “high” season for Cabo.  But this has been changing over the last couple of years as more local and foreign tourists head to Cabo for summer vacation.

More cruises, new flights and sporting events like the Abierto de Tenis Los Cabos have also helped.

Enrique Turcott, president of the Hotel Association of Los Cabos, said these numbers are really encouraging for the hotel industry. And everyone is now very confident of reaching this year‘s target of 2 million visitors to Cabo.   

Occupancy will go down to 50% in September, he said. But this is still higher than other parts of the country. Giving all the hotels the perfect opportunity to carry out any maintenance work ahead of the high season starting in November.

Cabo is becoming increasing popular and more hotels are planned to meet this demand. Over the next 5 years 5000 more hotel rooms will become available.

And this is already happening  - with 1000 more rooms to be ready by the end of 2016. And another 1000 by the end of 2017. 

All sounds good for Cabo.

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