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December 3, 2021

Hotels unwilling to receive tourists on May 1

Seaside hotels should open gradually, depending on each resort’s specificities, not on May 1 as the law currently provisions, a demand that the Seaside-Danube Delta Association filed to the Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism reads, Mediafax informs. The Association considers that the current situation is causing losses to hotel operators. “We believe that the measure forcing all seaside resorts to receive tourists on May 1 is creating significant damages and losses to hospitality operators,” Corina Martin, president of the Seaside-Danube Delta Association and of the National Association of Tourism Agencies (ANAT), stated. Tour operators give Costinesti as an example – a seaside resort for young tourists that should not receive tourists on May 1 since pupils and students go on holiday in June. On the other hand, most hotel operators in Mamaia agree with the measure, this being the only case in which tour operators agree with what the law stipulates.

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