Hotels registered a 3% decline in current value sales in 2015, compared with a positive 5% review period CAGR, to reach R$17 billion. After hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which enhanced hotels’ performance, occupancy rates dropped by four percentage points in 2015 to 64%. This was due to the economic downturn and soaring inflation that hit Brazil and impaired demand. In terms of room nights, hotels saw a 5% decrease in 2015, to reach 126.4 million nights. The increase in the unemployment rate...
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