Expectations of economic growth in the Riviera Nayarit
For the Riviera Nayarit, 2019 will be a year of good news for the economic development of the tourist destination. There are large hotel chains that already have their sights set on the region. The Office of Visitors and Conventions of the Riviera Nayarit, confirmed that in this year they will be increasing their inventory of rooms. This is in response to the demand of national and international travelers and also due to the arrival of Copa Airlines, Panamanian airline that could even increase the number of frequencies of its flights to operate daily to the tourist destination.
It is worth mentioning that the markets that generate the most demand in the Riviera Nayarit are the United States, Canada and the domestic market of Mexico. The United Kingdom, Colombia, Argentina, Spain and Brazil were positioned as the fastest growing markets in 2018.
For this 2049, it is confirmed that there will be 140 suites of the Grand Sirenis Matlali, Marival Resorts will also be inaugurating its third property Marival Armony Punta de Mita with more than 260 rooms; and Iberostar will have 300 more rooms in Litibú. On the other hand, La Tranquila Resort development of the Conrad Hotels & Resorts chain will have an important remodeling and will change its name to Conrad Playa Mita; In addition, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita will complete its remodeling work this year.
Other important developments are also confirmed for 2020, the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will inaugurate the Rosewood Mandarina with 130 rooms, the One & Only will have one of the first residential collections in the world; the One & Only Mandarina Private Homes. In addition, for 2020 there will also be the opening of the Mandarina Polo and Equestrian; and the Dreams Punta de Mita Resort & Spa, and the Secrets Punta de Mita Resort & Spa of the AMResorts chain and the luxurious hotel Susurros del Corazon will arrive from the firm Auberge Resorts Collection.
In a two-year projection the Costa Canuva CIP luxury development will feature 5 new resorts that will add 7,000 rooms to the destination, including the first Fairmont hotel in the region. With more than 6 kilometers of pristine beaches, the project will offer 2,500 residential units facing the sea and a golf course designed by Lorena Ochoa and Greg Norman.