Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse
Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse

Most hotel workers in Hong Kong having to take unpaid leave as occupancy rates take hit from ongoing protests, survey finds

  • Survey of workers from more than 40 three- to five-star hotels finds occupancy rates fell to as low as 30 per cent on average for the first half of August
  • Some 77 per cent of staff say they have been asked to take between one and three days of unpaid leave

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse
Hotel occupancy rates in Hong Kong have been badly hit since protests gripped the city more than three months ago. Photo: May Tse
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