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Hungarian hospitality hit badly by pandemic

Nathan North 09 May 2020

Nathan North

Deputy editor

+48 22 356 25 22
nathan@eurobuildcee.com

Nathan is responsible for the English section of the magazine. Nathan was born in Manchester in the UK and completed a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of London. As well being responsible for editing the English section of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine, he also contributes news from around Central Europe and articles on the investment and industrial markets and on architecture. In his free time he likes playing piano, drawing and cooking.

HUNGARY The number of nights spent by foreign guests in Hungarian hotels and other commercial board slumped by 68 pct y-o-y in March, chiefly due to the pandemic, according to the latest figures from the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH).

Nights stayed by domestic guests also fell sharply – by 61 pct, while the number of domestic guests themselves shrank by 64 pct and foreign guests by 74 pct. In total, 107,000 foregin guests spent 316,000 nights in commercial accommodation in March and 166,000 domestic guests spent was 381,000 nights. The gross revenue from these stays was 60 pct down y-o-y to HUF 14 bln (EUR 39.5 mln).

The number of Russian and Ukrainian guests was less than half that of March 2019, while for the rest of Europe the figure was around a third of that month’s and less than a quarter for Asian guests.

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