The number of hotel bookings by Russians in occupied Crimea in the second half of July decreased by 45% compared to the first half of the month.
Kommersant writes about this with reference to Oksana Bulakh, commercial director of the tour operator Alean.
The cost of vacation in the occupied Crimea has also decreased by an average of 15-20%.
Hotels on the peninsula are on average 50-60% full.
Olena Pecherytsia, commercial director of Ribera Resort & SPA, believes that the main reason for the decline in demand for vacations in Crimea is transportation restrictions and the psychological fear of families with children. According to her, price cuts in various hotels reached up to 25% in July.
Author - Olena Madiak, 07/08/2023