Benidorm mayor tours the areas hotels


July 11, 2020
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Organised by Hosbec and Visit Benidorm a tour of the areas hotels took place to highlight the reopening of its activity, depending on demand, offering 23,000 beds, in 71 of the 140 hotels, and looking forward to the 2021 season.

The mayor, Toni Pérez said, "Benidorm is the city that had never closed" since 1964 "as it took measures to break seasonality" and that since 1977 it has always remained open: "the city that does not sleep".

The mayor was pleased that Benidorm "is recovering numbers, the result of a great effort by the city of the entire sector" which at the moment "can offer maximum health security".

Pérez also showed his solidarity with those tourist destinations that are suffering the incidence of the pandemic and stressed that "contingencies have led us to be more prepared now."

Shortly before this meeting with the mayor, Hosbec and Visit Benidorm stressed the importance of this day of reopening of hotels and arrival of tourists had been pointed out as a "Historic Day" because it meant a return to normality after a responsible and very professional commitment . 

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From mid-March to today, Benidorm hotels have updated facilities and the whole of the tourist sector joins the resilience effort that the city has offered.

Both Hosbec and Visit Benidorm have highlighted the fundamental factor of health security offered on beaches and at destination, and noted the effort in managing that health security that is now a national and international benchmark. The employers and the managing body have been extremely proud of the effort made and of the Benidorm DTI + insurance project as an example of resilience and security projection, aware that Benidorm offers happiness and confidence to tourists and residents.

Toni Mayor, President of Hosbec explained the opening of hotels at the rate of demand and the confirmation of the recovery in a summer of weekends and last minute reservations. The highest priority of the local business is to ensure the future of the workers and the business, indicating the hope consolidated by the sales of the summer of 2021 and the confidence in the management carried out.

As a culmination of the day, from Visit Benidorm, Hosbec and Invattur it has been highlighted that the national market is performing very well and the international market is at a good pace of reservations, considering that by the end of the month the trend is the return to the new reality, although working, Mayor said, "with one foot in 2020 and the other in 2021."