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Rome. 100 of the 200 hotels closed by the pandemic have reopened

Friday, 22 July 2022 08:00

One hundred of the 200 hotels in Rome that closed during the pandemic are open again.

This is according to the daily Il Corriere della Sera, talking to Federalberghi Roma president Giuseppe Roscioli. And the credit goes to the unexpected wave of international tourist arrivals. 

Russian and Chinese visitors are missing

“It’s an almost unexpected upturn - Roscioli told the Corriere - and proof that events are fundamental in attracting tourists. Things went well, he added  “despite the fact that we are still missing a large number of visitors such as the Chinese, the Russians and others from south-east Asia'.

The Bernini Bristol and Grand Hotel Plaza have just reopened

Two classical Roman properties, the Grand Hotel Plaza in Via del Corso and the Bernini Bristol in Piazza Barberini are among those that have just reopened. And Rome’s hotels are working at full capacity having caught up with the pre-pandemic gap, “even though a hundred of them are still closed.”  Business quickly picked up for Eternal City’s hotels with occupation rates of 80-85% from April through June. 

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