Playa Del Carmen, Mexico (PressExposure) May 28, 2009 -- Since the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) lifted the ban on Mexico travel last May 15, residents of this well-known destination are trying to encourage tourists to come back. Playa del Carmen's tourism industry as well as the entire Mexican region has greatly suffered after the swine flu outbreak struck the country at the end of April and earlier this month. Tourists flee the region and establishments have been temporarily shut down.
Now the schools and establishments have been reopened and flights to Mexico have been resumed. Tour operators, hotels, resorts and travel agencies are ready to receive visitors again. Marked down prices, discounts, and special perks on everything - from spa treatments, accommodations, to plane fares and tours - are now being offered to entice visitors.
Spas such as the popular Maya Tulum Wellness Retreat & Spa, which is just an hour away from Southern Cancun, is offering discounted rates until October. Mexicana Airlines is luring tourists with cheap air fares as well. Hotel Cohiba woos visitors to Playa del Carmen with cheap room rates.
Hotel Cohiba's furnished rooms with balcony are priced for as low as $66+. Its Rooftop Suite is only priced at $90+. This Playa del Carmen hotel is one of the many establishments in Mexico that are inviting tourists to take advantage of the various cheap travel deals being offered in the region. Some have observed that these cut down prices will soon end once the rest of the world feel comfortable enough to travel to Mexico again.