Tulum: Trump’s son-in-law breaks into hotel projects


The son-in-law of the former president of the United States, Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, wants to make a million-dollar hotel investment that amounts to 250 million dollars, mainly in Mexican destinations such as Tulum, Los Cabos and Baja California Sur.

Apparently, Kushner is managing his investment with Fibra UNO, the trust belonging to Moisés, Max and André El-Mann, through Luis Videgaray, the former foreign minister of Enrique Peña Nieto, a friend of Kushner, as revealed by Darío Celis in his The Herald column.

The objective of the investment that he would make with the El-Manns will be based on hotels already in operation to have immediate rentals and to enter new developments that the trust already has in its business plan.

As reported by REPORTUR.mx, in April Cancun hosted the opening of Luchatitlán “The official house of lucha libre”, a new project that Fibra Uno is working on. (Cancun: Luchatitlán opens, a new theme park for tourists).

The deputy general director of Fibra Uno, Gonzalo Robina, commented at the time that he is sure that Luchatitlán will be a success and will attract both foreign and national tourists, in addition to the fact that for this project the capital that was one hundred percent Mexican is around 200 millions of pesos.

Source: Reportur