Turkey reported that hotels are 100% occupied, there are no places

Turkey reported that hotels are 100% occupied, there are no vacancies

Turkish businessmen reported on the maximum load of their hotels for the next week. Over the past two years, this is a record. The corresponding statement of Turkish hoteliers was published by local media. The reason is first Easter, then the end of the month of Ramadan and a series of Muslim holidays, which provide hotels with 100% occupancy by the Turks themselves.

Thus, the chairman of Granada Hotels Group, Hadji Osman, confirmed this information and said that in the tourist center of Belek, their hotel is full of guests.
Noting that the hotels will be full during the Ramadan holiday, Uchdan said the following: “From April 1, we do not accept groups of tourists. Since we are 100 percent busy during Ramadan, we are unable to secure new bookings. In fact, during the celebration of Eid al-Adha, all rooms are occupied. Our hotels in Alanya are also open and busy.”

The vice-president of the Association of Mediterranean Hoteliers (AKTOB) Kaan Kavaloglu also gave an assessment of the hotel occupancy during Eid al-Adha: “Since there will be no more closures during this period, we will have the opportunity to celebrate the holiday together. After a two-year break, this will be the most active period. Due to the events in Ukraine, a number of hotels have canceled their opening. But now, when a series of holidays comes, almost all hotels have opened. Thus, more than 80% of occupancy will be ensured in hotels. Very high occupancy for this period. This is a very high occupancy rate for the current time.”

Help: Eid al-Fitr (Arabic: Eid al-Fitr) is one of the two main holidays in Islam. This is the holiday of breaking the fast, which marks the end of the fast in the month of Ramadan. According to legend, it was established by the Prophet Muhammad himself in 624. In 2022, the beginning of the holiday of Eid al-Fitr – Eid al-Fitr falls on May 2.

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