Lodging sales remain way below pre-pandemic levels owing to the continued lack of inbound travellers.
The staycation boom in Norway has been limited to other lodging and short-term rentals. Norwegians have enjoyed staycations in their own cabins (“hytte” in Norwegian) or in rented accommodations of similar types.
Seen from outside, the COVID-19 situation in Norway seems better than in many other countries. There were fewer than 600 deaths in 2020, with no curfew enforced on the population.
Digitalisation was already strong in Norway with a few low-budget hotels already equipped with full electronic check-in stations before the health crisis. Contactless is set to increase at all levels and in all categories of hotels, including check-in, check-out, room service and additional services, in light of hygiene concerns regarding COVID-19.
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