Coronavirus impact on hotel occupancy rate in China 2020, by selected city

Due to the travel restrictions to contain the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, the hotel occupancy rate in China dropped to below ten percent in February. As the epidemic had been under control in the country, the hotel occupancy rate increased to 31.8 percent on average. In contrast, the demand of hotel rooms was still relatively high in the epicenter Wuhan city, the capital of Hubei province, mainly driven by the influx of medical workers who provided extra healthcare support.

Hotel occupancy rate affected by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in China on March 28, 2020, by selected city or region

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Release date

April 2020

Region

China

Survey time period

March 28, 2020

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