A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg
A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Staycation discounts for some Hong Kong hotels prove elusive

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A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg
A couple visit Victoria Peak in Hong Kong in February last year. The government’s scheme is meant to give the battered hotel industry in Hong Kong a boost. Photo: Bloomberg
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