Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg
Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg

Hotels in China upbeat over upcoming Labour Day holiday as coronavirus-hit industry sees green shoots of recovery

  • Top hotel chains expect the buoyant demand seen during the recent Ching Ming Festival to translate into stronger bookings during the long weekend next month
  • Signs of early recovery in hotel industry likely to develop slowly, according to data analytic firm STR

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Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg
Visitors walk through a public cemetery during the Ching Ming Festival in Shanghai, earlier this month. There were signs of a revival in tourist activity during the holiday. Photo: Bloomberg
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