In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan
In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan

Park Lane, Dorsett among Hong Kong hotels offering half-price, long-stay packages to attract guests who need to quarantine

  • Dorsett Hospitality is offering long-stay packages at its nine hotels in Hong Kong, targeting business travellers and students returning from overseas who must undertake 14-day quarantine
  • Hotel occupancy in the city dropped to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR

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In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan
In Hong Kong, hotel occupancy dropped from 56.2 per cent in January to 22.8 per cent in the first three weeks of March, according to data analytics firm STR. Photo: Martin Chan
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