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April 2020: the Covid 19 pandemic knocks out hotels in France

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Published on 26/05/20 - Updated on 17/03/22

Crise Covid 19

The first month of total lockdown following the Covid 19 pandemic will have been costly for hoteliers based in France. They are no different from their European neighbours, with extremely low or even zero performance in specific segments.

After a month of March in which RevPAR was down -66.2%, April 2020 shows -96.5% RevPAR compared to April 2019. A vertiginous fall which positions the income per available room at 2.20€ HT for a OR at 4.4%. It is the budget properties that are the least badly off with an OR at 9.4%, -61.1 points...

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