Why are new hotels still opening despite Covid-19?

  • Global
  • Thursday, 01 Oct 2020

New hotels in non-urban areas are said to fare better during the pandemic, as folks prefer to venture out of the city for staycations and weekend retreats by the beach or in the forest.

The new White Water hotel on California’s central coast has a lot going for it: a location on a moonstone-studded beach, generously sized rooms, and Scandinavian-inspired interiors by Los Angeles designer Nina Freudenberger.

Going against it? Oh, just the worldwide collapse of the hospitality industry.

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