The decline in hotel activity was still significant in July, but the loss was less than in previous months, although there is still a long way to go. While Paris and Ile-de-France remained empty, the regions performed better.
In July, the occupancy rate in France stood at 50.9% of rooms available for sale and, given the proportion of closed hotels (still 2 out of 10 nationwide), at 41.8% of rooms built. This is 34.2 points below the level recorded in July 2019. But if this decline remains strong, it should be put into...
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