Ukraine’s key tourism authority – State Agency for Tourism Development – has introduced a new initiative aimed at ensuring COVID-19 safety measures are adhered to. This move comes amidst a potential rise in COVID-19 cases due to the effects of the Delta variant.
In 2021, after a long legislative process, Ukraine reintroduced gambling for the first time since it was banned in 2007. Hotels will play a key role in the new gambling market as many gambling establishments will only be able to operate exclusively within hotels.
At the moment, a number of hotels in Ukraine remain state-owned or city-owned. These are usually low-tier, Soviet-style hotels, many of which are losing out to the competition from modern hotels.
Experts forecast a bumpy path to recovery for Ukraine’s hotels, largely due to the sharp decline in business travel. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 most businesses have cut back significantly on travel expenses, with their employees switching to video conferencing where possible.
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