April 6, 2024
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Trump’s Son-in-Law Makes Waves in Tulum with Bold Hotel Projects

TULUM, Quintana Roo – Jared Kushner, son-in-law of former US President Donald Trump, is eyeing a massive hotel investment totaling $250 million. His sights are primarily set on the breathtaking destinations of Tulum, along with Los Cabos and Baja California Sur.

Sources reveal that Kushner is actively pursuing this investment opportunity in collaboration with Fibra UNO, a trust owned by Moisés, Max, and André El-Mann. Acting as the intermediary is none other than Luis Videgaray, the former Foreign Minister under President Enrique Peña Nieto, who happens to be a close friend of Kushner. This exclusive insight comes from Darío Celis’s column in El Heraldo, shedding light on the grand scale of Kushner’s plans.

Trump's Son-in-Law Makes Waves in Tulum with Bold Hotel Projects

The core strategy behind Kushner’s investment with the El-Mann brothers is to capitalize on existing operational hotels, allowing for immediate rental income, while also venturing into new developments that fall within the trust’s business plan.

As previously reported by The Tulum Times, April witnessed the grand opening of Luchatitlán, popularly known as “The official house of lucha libre” in Cancun, marking a new and exciting project undertaken by Fibra Uno. The Deputy CEO of Fibra Uno, Gonzalo Robina, expressed his utmost confidence in the success of Luchatitlán. He anticipates a significant influx of both domestic and international tourists to the themed park. It is worth noting that this venture boasts a Mexican capital investment of approximately 200 million pesos.

Jared Kushner’s ambitious hotel investment aims to tap into the thriving tourism industry of Tulum, Los Cabos, and Baja California Sur. These picturesque locations have become sought-after destinations for travelers seeking both natural beauty and luxury experiences. By aligning his investment with Fibra UNO, Kushner can leverage their extensive expertise and existing portfolio of successful developments.

Trump's Son-in-Law Makes Waves in Tulum with Bold Hotel Projects

The potential impact of this endeavor cannot be understated. The injection of substantial funds into these regions will not only bolster the local economies but also create new employment opportunities for residents. Additionally, it signifies a growing confidence in the future growth and stability of Mexico’s tourism sector.

As Jared Kushner’s vision takes shape, it remains to be seen how this strategic investment will unfold. The combination of Kushner’s business acumen and the El-Mann brothers’ proven track record in the industry undoubtedly sets the stage for a venture that promises to redefine luxury hospitality in Tulum, Los Cabos, and Baja California Sur.


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One Comment

  1. Tulum is done so he is not really that smart.
    There is not infrastructure and is over saturated with condos that stay empty for longer than they get rented.
    The “industry” killed Tulum. Now is time to slow down and restore, not to accelerate over the cliff.

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