Mexico has been registering a growing number of both business and leisure travel trips. Being the country with the highest number of travelers in Latin America, according to the Mexican Ministry of Tourism, the total hotel supply in Mexico registered at 22,560 properties with approximately 808,000 rooms

Hospitality industry

Mexico has experienced a growing number of visitors per year as the tourism and hospitality industry has grown to be the third-highest contributor to GDP. More than 65% of visitors are from the USA and Canada. In 2018, Mexico began offering direct flights to and from Asian destinations, like Tokyo, Shanghai, and Seoul. 

 

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Mexican government has been working closely with the travel sector to promote safe tourism. A renewed traveler confidence is generating a boost in guest confidence which is driving the recovery for the tourism and hospitality sector in Mexico.

With Nexus, companies are also able to work with a team of experts to make their processes more efficient with the latest software and hardware technologies. This includes telecommunication, electronic security, and radiocommunication solutions like CCTV and geothermal cameras, WiFi installation, voice, data, and networking services, structured cabling installation, fire control systems, and compliance with security programs. 


Moreover, Nexus Energy solutions that reduce utilities costs up to 50%, whether it's distributive solar energy, solar grids, geothermal, natural gas, wind, and more. Additionally, our trade specialists ensure that companies comply with Mexico’s complex and ever-changing regulatory system, as well as designing supply chain solutions that prioritize efficiency, increase security, and reduce times and costs.

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