Hotel occupancy in Colombia to reach 55% in 2022, a figure close to the historic pre-pandemic peak -Cotelco

By the end of 2021, 40,000 of the jobs lost in the sector will have been recovered, representing 64% of the employment.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The highest hotel occupancy rates in Colombia in 2021 were recorded by San Andrés with 74.72%, Tolima and Upper Magdalena with 74.72%, Cartagena with 69.53%, Magdalena with 68.71%, Antioquia with 63.25%, and Boyacá with 60.89%.

This is according to a report prepared by Melisa Murialdo, auditor and analyst in the Latam region of Redacción EMT, as part of a review of the hotel sector in 2021 and tourism forecasts for hotels in Colombia in 2022.

According to the report, hotel occupancy in 2019 was 57%, up 1.5 . . .

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