A third of Crimean hotels may not open due to lack of demand

About a third of the hotels and guest houses in Crimea may not open during the peak season due to the decline in demand among Russians for holidays on the peninsula. “Kommersan”.

It is clear from the material that many hoteliers fear that the occupancy rate projected for the summer will drop to 30-40%. At the same time, they cannot lower prices to attract tourists due to significant inflation.

According to TVil.ru representative Oksana Shustikova, hotels with 50-60 rooms, which is 20-30% of the total number of rooms in Crimea, will not continue to operate. And Andrey Pylov, director of Tour Ethno, says that delaying the opening of seasonal facilities from late April to late May is a huge phenomenon, and it’s likely that some objects will decide to refuse to operate this season.

Previously reportedAfter the May holidays and due to closed airports in the south of Russia, hotels in the Krasnodar Territory and Crimea began to reduce prices by up to 30%.

Before that, Rosaviatsia once again Extended Flight restriction regime to some airports in the southern and central parts of Russia until May 19 this year.

Source: Gazeta


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