Hotel Manager Shalva Alaverdashvili writes on his Facebook page, that real situation in the hotel business is quite difficult.
“I have been trying for a long time not to be negative and tense tourism further. The real situation in the hotel business is quite difficult and we have a decrease of almost 30% -40% over the last three months compared to previous year. It is quite difficult to explain the investors, why the business has less revenue in the light of statistical growth.
In these conditions we are still looking for ways to keep staff (the biggest problem), not to make the business unprofitable and not to turn out the investors from the country. You should at least look at Tbilisi STR and take statistics of booking. com and see the reality before you write such a letter to an investor”, writes Shalva Alaverdashvili.
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