Luxury hoteliers believe worst of pandemic is over, finds report | United Arab Emirates | Hospitality

More than half of luxury hoteliers surveyed by Forbes believe the worst of the pandemic is over, as the industry begins to pick up around the globe.

In Forbes Travel Guide’s second global survey, 418 global hoteliers chimed in on their performance and feelings amid the coronavirus from August 26 to September 2.

It found 54 percent of respondents thought the worst of the crisis is over, though on a

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The worst of the crisis is over say over half of Luxury Hoteliers according to new Forbes Travel Guide Survey


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This is a press release, published for free on 2020-09-30

54% of hoteliers believe the worst of the crisis is over
63% believe business will return to sustainable levels within two years
More than a quarter report ADR above typical seasonal rates

Forbes Travel Guide releases the second of its Leading Edge of Luxury Reports, providing a global outlook from over 400 luxury establishments. The new

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Hoteliers face an uphill task as govt allows reopening of hotels, restaurants





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The Maharashtra government has indicated that hotels and restaurants would be allowed to reopen from the first week of October, despite the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in the country’s worst-affected state.

However, hoteliers and restaurateurs are likely to face an uphill task in running their businesses because of a raft of factors.

Hotels and restaurants will be allowed to operate at 50% of their capacity,

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