Hospitality sector: forecast on re-opening post-COVID-19 UK 2020

Business leaders in the eating and drinking out sector in the UK expected 85 percent of hotels to re-open after the lockdown measures due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) are lifted. They were less optimistic with regards to the late night sector, expecting 69 percent of establishments to re-open.

Average share of sites across the hospitality industry predicted to re-open after the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown in the United Kingdom (UK) 2020*

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Source

Release date

May 2020

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

April 17-24, 2020

Number of respondents

123 respondents

Special properties

Leading industry figures from the eating and drinking out sector**

Supplementary notes

* The original question was worded by the source as follows: "What are your predictions for the proportion of sites across the hospitality industry that will reopen after this period, including independents?" - The statistic show the average percentage of sites expected to open based on the results. ** The sample included:
60 percent CEO/MD
39 percent Chairman and board level
1 percent Other senior management

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