Hotels in Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador have a dog friendly status
Hotels have been on the rise in Mexico since the country began allowing the pets of all breeds to stay at hotels.
The dogs have become an important part of the tourist attraction and a source of income for many hotel owners, who have begun to offer them in addition to the traditional room service.
A new study conducted by a travel agency for the hotel industry, Travelxcaret, found that nearly half of all hotel rooms in Mexico are dog-friendly.
Mexico City is home to some of the country’s most popular hotels, including the Palacio de la Revolución, the Hotel de las Indias, and the El Rey.
The study also found that dog-rescue dogs made up just a small percentage of guests at El Rey, which charges $100 for a dog.
The majority of the other hotels have only a single room available for pets.
The report comes on the heels of a similar study by the Association for Dog and Cat Rescue (ADCR) last year that found that only 10 percent of the dog-related rooms at hotels in Mexico City are dog friendly.
The number is even lower at some of Mexico’s best-known tourist attractions, like the Plaza de las Ciencias, where only 10 to 12 percent of rooms are dog free.
The ADCR’s research found that dogs were more likely to be placed on the guest list than their owners.
The group’s president, Antonio Guerrero, told The Next WeBopper that the research shows that there is a “clear need for more hotels to adopt more dog-friendliness policies.”
He added that more hotels are looking into ways to incorporate the dogs into their guest lists.
While some of these policies may not be ideal for every hotel, Guerrero said that the overall trend has been positive.
“It’s a good sign, especially because there’s been a lot of changes,” he said.
“I think the people that live in these areas are very happy to see dogs.”
As the number of hotels in the country has increased, so has the number that have allowed pets to stay.
According to a 2016 report from the Institute for Tourism, Mexico’s Tourism and Tourism Promotion Department, in 2016, more than 40 percent of hotels allowed pets in rooms and about 30 percent of hotel rooms had dog-restaurant policies.
The same year, a new report found that Mexico has the world’s largest dog population, with an estimated 1.7 million dogs in the nation.
In 2017, Mexico reported the largest number of dog fatalities, with more than 6,000 dogs killed and 1,300 injured.
In 2018, a study by The Center for Veterinary Research and Epidemiology in Mexico found that a third of the dogs that were killed in the U.S. were not killed by people who owned them.
The U.K. and the U.,S.
are the only other countries in the world that allow pets in hotel rooms, according to the ADCR.
The Animal Equality Institute, an animal rights group, also released a report last year saying that Mexico’s government should “take immediate action to address the issue of dog abuse.”
The ADC’s Guerrero said he hopes that the government will take advantage of the new regulations and implement a ban on dog-sitting and “adopt an animal-friendly policy.”
The AP reported that a hotel in the city of Tapachula, in the western state of Jalisco, is now offering pet-friendly accommodations for $10,000.
Hotel owner Francisco González, who declined to give his full name, said the fee was offered to him to encourage guests to adopt dogs and to encourage tourists to take more time to look after the animals.
“We offer all of our guests the best of the best,” Gonzáez said.