Brussels bends but doesn't break, the capital's hoteliers are getting back on their feet, albeit belatedly compared to their European neighbours

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Published on 21/12/22 - Updated on 22/12/22

Bruxelles Hotels performances Covid

The Belgian capital has suffered greatly from the consequences of the Covid 19 pandemic. A look back at three years which, although they have strongly shaken the Brussels hotel market, do not call into question the fundamentals of one of Europe's two capitals. Analysis of the performance data since 2019 and exchanges with Brussels hoteliers through their representatives of the BHA (Brussels Hotels Association), to better identify the underlying factors that have shaken the European city.

2019 a record year like the rest of Europe With 59 days when hotels were more than 90% full (including 16 days with more than 97% occupancy), 89 days with more than 80% OR and finally 81 days with more than 70% OR, hoteliers in Brussels were riding the wave of events, the European agenda and...

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