Lack of tourist resorts prompts Albania’s coast hotels to join forces in tackling higher tourist influx
Increasing numbers of tourists in recent years have prompted a large part of the hotel industry to improve their conditions of service and standards.
But what does not favor the Albanian hotels making them uncompetitive in the region is the low number of beds.
President of the Hoteliers Association, Zak Topuzi said to SCAN TV that hotels already have teamed up to offer a joint offer in order to cope with the growing influx of tourists.
Construction of hotels after 1990s were done in a messy and very spontaneous way.
While the establishment of resorts with large capacities has now become a necessity for the Albanian tourist industry.
The recent decision of the government to reduce VAT on the accommodation sector is expected to bring about a growth of investment in this field.
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