Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet
Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

In a coronavirus-ravaged hotel landscape, China is outperforming the rest of the world

  • While the promise of a Covid-19 vaccine has boosted some hotel stocks, the industry continues to struggle worldwide. China, however, seems to be bucking the trend

Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet
Chinese tourists relax at Dadonghai Bay, in Sanya, China, on August 30. The hotel occupancy rate in Sanya has stood significantly above the average for mainland China since July. Photo: Steven Ribet
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