Sunday, 12 July 2020

Hotel Operators Looking Forward To Filling Their Rooms For Semana Santa

161334_vacaciones-turismo-hotel-gThe country’s hotel operators are expecting Easter to save the season, looking forward to at least a average 80% occupation rate between Sunday March 24 and Sunday March 31.

The favourite for many is to head to the beaches during Semana Santa (Easter Week), Guanacaste and the Central Pacific hotels expect an 89% occupancy rate, while the Caribbean coast hotels expect to see up to a 85% rate.

Hotel operators in the Central Valley are looking to attract customers and expect a 71% occupancy rate.

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