43% plan to stay in domestic hotel after restrictions lifted
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Nearly half of Hungarians would stay in domestic hotels after the lifting of coronavirus restrictions, according to a recent, representative survey by market researcher Opinio and Danubius Hotels, writes profitline.hu.
Last year, one in ten respondents decided to choose a domestic hotel for recreation instead of a holiday abroad due to the risks from the pandemic.
According to the survey, 43% of Hungarians are currently planning to stay in a hotel in Hungary after the restrictions related to the coronavirus crisis are lifted. Respondents say they want to relax on a lake shore (48%), explore a new city (44%), sit in a restaurant (38%), use a wellness center (38%), or simply toast with friends (31%) on their first vacation this year.
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