Mexico’s Mexican Caribbean resorts and hotels have been quick to
reassure agents and visitors alike that most of the accommodations
received only minor damage, if any, due to Hurricane Dean.
A quick rundown of regional damage includes major damage to
Costa Maya. Veracruz has also reported extensive damage.
The Yucatan, including Cancun, only reported some downed trees
and power lines, but for the most part tourists continued vacations
soon after the hurricane had passed.
Most hotels and resorts in Riviera Maya have already reopened;
and in Chetumal, debris littered the area.
La Zebra and Mezzanine boutique properties in Tulum, along
Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, have announced that they sustained minimal
damage, and both properties and are open and operating
All six of Royal Resorts’ properties in Cancun and Playa del
Carmen weathered the hurricane without incident, and are welcoming
In celebration of welcoming back guests, AMResorts has launched
a Mexican Riviera Celebration package following Hurricane Dean at
any of the company’s four properties in the Riviera Maya area,
including Secrets Capri Rivera Cancun, Dreams Cancun Resort &
Spa, Sunscape Puerto Aventuras Riviera Maya and Dreams Tulum Resort
Palace Resorts’ line of all-inclusives throughout Cancun,
Cozumel, Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya also emerged without
major damage after the storm. All resorts sustained minor damage
but are open and accepting guests.
Except for a few tropical plants uprooted by strong gusts and
lots of leaves blown into its two pools, Elan Resort & Spa did
not sustain any serious or structural damage from Hurricane
Real Resorts is also open for business, reporting that all
hotels in Cancun and Playa del Carmen have not sustained any major