Mayan Train and its 6 Tourist Hotels: Get to know its lodging proposal with its six majestic hotels along the entire Mayan Train route.
During a meeting with Claudia Sheinbaum, the leader of Fonatur and potential candidate for the governorship of Tabasco, Javier May, stressed the need to continue united “in pursuit of the progress and well-being of the people.”
This statement was accompanied by confirmation of its imminent separation from the emblematic transportation and tourism project in the Mexican southeast called the Mayan Train.
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Before his departure from Fonatur, May emphasizes that the start of operations of the Mayan Train is scheduled for December.
It is common knowledge that this means of transportation will cross more than 1,000 km, connecting states such as Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Tabasco and Campeche, and offering travelers a unique panoramic view of the main archaeological sites in the region.
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Mayan Train and its 6 Tourist Hotels
Accommodation for visitors is a priority. For this reason, six luxurious hotels are being built under the Mayan Train brand.
These accommodations will be located in strategic places such as Palenque (Chiapas), Chichén Itzá and Uxmal (Yucatán), Edzná and Calakmul (Campeche) and Tulum (Quintana Roo). Equipped with first-class features, such as suites, gym, recreational areas and event spaces, these hotels will extend over almost 50 hectares.
The Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) is in charge of this monumental construction task, with an estimated budget of approximately 6 billion pesos, distributed equally among these six complexes.
It is interesting to note that Sedena has also worked on the construction of a hotel near the Felipe Ángeles International Airport, which already operates under the Holiday Inn AIFA franchise and has been categorized with four stars.
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In line with Sedena’s plans, the Nuevo Uxmal hotel in Yucatán will be the first to open its doors. Located on a 6.25 hectare plot of land, it will not only offer luxury rooms, but also recreation and retail areas, and a direct connection to the train station in Calkiní.
For its part, the hotel in Palenque, Chiapas, will be located in a similar area, with a projected cost of 966 million pesos. Just 1.6 km from the archaeological epicenter of Palenque, it is located in a strategic position for lovers of Mayan culture.
However, the complex in Tulum, Quintana Roo, promises to be the grandest. Expanding on 13.5 hectares and just 3 km from the beach, it will be a paradise for tourists.
Javier May expressed that “The Tren Maya hotels will not only complement the train trip, but will provide unparalleled experiences due to their proximity to archaeological sites.”
Together with the innovative Mayan Train proposal, the introduction of these hotels guarantees that travelers will enjoy a complete experience, combining the best of transportation, history and luxury.
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