Paphos hotels are operating at 15 per cent occupancy rates and would be closed were it not for state support, president of the Paphos branch of the Cyprus Hotel Association said on Monday.
Thanos Michaelides told the Cyprus News Agency that despite interest from locals for weekend stays, numbers were inadequate to make a noticeable impact on occupancies.
“If we did not have the schemes of the labour ministry supporting hotel employees, hotels would surely be closed,” he said.
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