IHF Chair says Cork hotels hopeful of boost from demand for staycations as international travel in doubt
The chair of the Irish Hotels Federation says hotels on Leeside are hopeful that staycations will provide a much needed boost to the hospitality sector this summer.
It follows comments by the Transport Minister yesterday who said it's unlikely that most people will be able to travel abroad for a holiday this summer.
The Government also announced a two week quarantine period for passengers arriving with a negative PCR test.
Speaking to RedFM News IHF Cork Chair and General Manager of The Kingsley Fergal Harte says hotels are hoping staycations will help to make up for the loss of international travel this year:
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