Mexico City is celebrating its third consecutive year of record-breaking hotel occupancy, and the capital has been transformed into a global hub for visitors.
The country is also witnessing a new, emerging wave of tourism, which is drawing tens of thousands of tourists each year.
The country’s tourism sector is booming, said Miguel Torres, chief executive of Mexico City-based company Aviso, a travel agency.
The agency is in the process of setting up a hotel, which will be open to the public.
Aviso has been doing tours in Mexico City since its establishment in the early 2000s, and Torres said the tourism industry is on the rise.
The growth is not only about the hotels and the other aspects, he said.
The economy is growing at an incredible rate.
We have a very successful, global economy, he added.
But we have the infrastructure to sustain the growth, and to continue to build the tourism sector.
A report from Mexico’s tourism ministry estimated that tourism to Mexico City reached $9.6 billion in 2012.
That was up from $8.3 billion in 2009.
The sector grew at 6.3 percent annually between 2009 and 2011.
It was worth $9 million in 2012, the same year the government increased its budget for tourism.
The hotel is not the only new development in the capital.
The government has started planning a new airport, which would include a major passenger terminal, a hotel and a shopping mall.
A large shopping mall would also open, although it is unclear whether it would open as a new destination or simply a part of a larger mall.
Mexico City’s population is growing, with about 3.5 million people now living in the city, according to Mexico’s Census Bureau.
It has been growing at 7.1 percent annually since 2008.