Same-hotel RevPAR growth continued to slow down in 2018-2019, reflecting oversupply in hotel market and intensified competition in greater accommodation industry with alternative lodging.
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Hong Kong's daily visitor arrivals declined to less than 100 persons in early April; Shanghai Disney is testing parade and more for reopening.
The report predicts 31 million tourists and USD2.3 billion in revenue during the upcoming five-day May Day holiday.
China Southern Airlines' Xinjiang branch is offering multiple routes at just 10% to 20% of their original prices.
China’s RevPAR declined 77.6% YoY to US$11, but up slightly from US$7.4 in February this year.
The same-hotel occupancy rate declined 35.5 percent point in Q1.
The occupancy at Accor’s upscale Chinese properties has improved into the 20 percent range.
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