Central America Hotels

The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer ahead of that international tourism recovered strongly in 2010. For more information see incyte. The numbers indicate that international tourist trips reached 935 million. This means a growth of 7 percent, one fact no less if you consider the 4 per cent decline suffered by the world tourism in 2009, as a result of the economic crisis. A related site: Gerber Pension Plan mentions similar findings. However, the recovery came at different speeds according to the region or the country. But it is clear that it has been driven particularly by emerging economies. One of the first regions to recover was Asia, destination which, in addition, recorded the highest rate of growth in 2010, with 13 percent. The Americas recovered from the fall of 2009.

The return of growth to the U.S. economy.UU. It has helped to improve the results of the region as a whole, as well as the growing regional integration in Central America and southern as well as the vitality of Latin American economies. The highest growth you were registered in South America, with 10 percent, the report said. The recovery of international tourism is good news, especially for the developing countries which depend on the sector to generate income and employment, said Taleb Rifai, Secretary general of the UNWTO and added: the challenge will be to consolidate this growth in the coming years amid an uncertain global economic environment. For its part, our country showed a super recovery compared to previous periods.

Just to quote some data, the occupation of Cordoba hotels round 97%. Similar situation occurs in hotels in Mar del Plata where is asking hotels to notify if they still have vacant rooms since the flow of tourism is relentless and there is no place to stay. This situation is repeated in all destinations on the Atlantic coast of Argentina. As indicated from the municipalities, San Bernardo, San Clemente and Santa Teresita also exceed 90 per cent of reserves and the higher percentage is manifested in the form of cabins and hotels 4 and 5 stars.