A hotel in HCM City. Many hotels in major cities have cut tariffs dramatically or closed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact tourism. — Internet photo The hotel industry is facing arguably its greatest challenge as the impacts of COVID-19 keep away foreign visitors from the country. In major cities like Ha Noi and HCM City, many hotels have cut their rates sharply to attract local visitors, with many others, unable to cope, even closing down. Social media is abuzz with the fact that the Sofitel Metropole Ha Noi has cut tariffs to surprisingly low levels. Some online fan pages selling tourism vouchers like www.avoucher.com.vn have advertised that until the end of October it is only VND990,000 per person per night at the hotel. Viet Nam News found a rate of VND2.66 million (US$110) (including tax) for two guests for a night this weekend on the Agoda app. According to Agoda, this is 52 per cent down from normal at this time of the year. On the same day, the tariff at Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi – Mgallery was down from the usual VND11.5 million ($500) to VND2.15 million ($90). A report on vietnamnet.vn said many four- and five-star… Read full this story
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