Hotels, furnished rentals between individuals and campsites have benefited from an increase in attendance.
A satisfactory record. The All Saints’ Day holidays, which are coming to an end this weekend, have “worked very well”, Declared the Secretary of State in charge of Tourism Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne this Friday morning. “The numbers are there“, He said on the France 2 set.
The hotel sector benefited from an increase in attendance of 15% compared to the All Saints 2019 holidays, that is to say those before the Covid-19 pandemic. As for furnished rentals between individuals, Airbnb type, growth reached 54%. It rose to 37% in campsites in September, also indicated Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.
No answer yet on the sanitary pass in the ski lifts
And the Secretary of State for Tourism to plan on the Christmas holidays. “I encourage the French who have not yet booked to do so, because it goes up very quickly and very strongly“, He assured. In ski schools, “we have almost returned to the 2019 level in reservations», Declared Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.
As for the question of the obligation or not of the sanitary pass in the ski lifts, the Secretary of State indicated that an answer would be given “very quickly, in the next few days“. “We are discussing with the professionals“, He explained, not excluding its implementation.