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20 New Hostels and 3 Hotels are Opened in Moscow
10.10.2011 11:00
20 New Hostels and 3 Hotels are Opened in Moscow

Moscow has opened 20 new hostels which can seat up to 730 guests and 3 new hotels of 636 rooms, according to the head of Moscow's Tourism and Hotel Industry Committee, Sergei Shpilko.

      In compliance with his statements, it is planned to open several more hostels and 3 hotels of 507 rooms, including the first Intercontinental hotel in the city, till the end of this year.

      "The situations with hotels in Moscow is still not perfect, but it is much better than it was expected", Mr. Shpilko told the press yesterday.

        According to the official data of Mosgorstat (the State Statistical Department), there are 215 hotels in Moscow. However, in accordance of the latest Committee's research, there is about 350 variants of accomodation for guests working in the capital today, including 25 five-star hotels, 70 four-stars hotels, more than 90 three-stars hotels, about a hundred of mini-hotels. There are also 55 hostels of 474 rooms (almost 2,5 thousand beds) in Moscow.

      The average annual workload of Moscow hotels is about 50-60%. For 8 months of 2011, the overload of two and three-stars hotels has increased 8%, by comparison with the same period of the last year.

      "The hotel industry develops very fast," Mr. Shiplko said, "We receive a lot of interesting projects. For example, modular or floating hotels. Some of these projects are already scheduled for construction". 


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