Meliã expects to improve Easter Week figures by more than 20% compared to 2019

MeliáHotel sector figures improve, but debt still large

Alphavalue / Divacons | Last week the Spanish hotel chain was very optimistic about what will happen this Easter, in which after the recovery of tourism at international level, Meliã expects to improve the sales data recorded in 2019 by more than 20%. Particularly noteworthy are some national destinations such as the Canary Islands, where hotels have improved their occupancy and reached historic average figures. This was revealed by Meliã’s executive vice-president and CEO, Gabriel Escarrer. It remains to be seen if the company’s optimism is confirmed, when the official figures are released.

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