Passengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: BloombergPassengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: Bloomberg
Passengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: Bloomberg
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Hong Kong’s hotel sector is in free fall as violent protests keep tourists from the mainland, and elsewhere, away

  • In a matter of months, the strong fundamentals of Hong Kong’s tourism industry have been dealt a massive blow. The hotel market is now a proxy for the perceived stability of Asia’s financial hub, and things don’t look good

Passengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: BloombergPassengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: Bloomberg
Passengers on the Peak Tram look at the Hong Kong skyline. The city’s tourism industry is experiencing its sharpest downturn since the Sars epidemic in 2003. Photo: Bloomberg
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