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The reopening of Parisian luxury hotels may not be profitable

The reopening of Parisian luxury hotels may not be profitable

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If some of the palaces in the French capital are betting on opening after five and a half months of inactivity, most of these establishments have postponed theirs.

 

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Deprived of foreign tourists and faced with empty reservation books, less than one out of three Parisian five-star hotels resumed their activity this summer, according to the specialized firm MKG Consulting.

 

In addition, 68% have reopened in the rest of the country and 100% on the coast.

 

Our establishments have “a societal responsibility towards the stores, cab drivers, the stores they live around them, and their suppliers” , said to AFP François Delahaye, patron of the Meurice and Plaza Athénée.

 

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