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2020 Was The Worst Year Ever For U.S. Hotels. Here’s What’s Next – NPR

After a tough 2020, the U.S. hotel industry is bracing for a difficult first half this year, followed by improved leisure travel in the second half.

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Hotel staff stand ready to receive guests on June 4, 2020, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. U.S. hotels hit all-time lows in occupancy and in revenue per available room last year.
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The U.S. hotel industry suffered its worst year on record in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic severely crimped business travel and Americans gave up on vacations to stay at home.
Hotels hit all-time lows in occupancy and in revenue per available room last year, according to data provider STR.

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