The pandemic will change the hotel industry in Santo Domingo: lower rates and longer stays


The coronavirus pandemic will bring changes in hotel rates in Santo Domingo and in the time of stay or permanence of tourists, said Yudit García, president of the Santo Domingo Hotel Association ( AHSD ). García explained that the pandemic’s effect impacts the decrease in the rate or the cost of the room because hotels are creating offers. While their stays, which in previous years averaged two to four nights, could be extended, that is, stay more days because there is less frequency of flights at those times. Also, additional requirements or confinements may arise from other countries that prevent tourists from flying quickly or taking more time to adapt. “The flow of tourists to the city will come from national and international companies that will move their employees or partners, but in less volume than […]

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