Spain’s hotel chiefs have warned they can’t afford to reopen after coronavirus lockdown ends unless British holidaymakers are allowed to return. Under current government plans, Spanish hotels would be allowed to reopen starting on May 11 but borders would remain closed to international tourists. Spanish beaches, a major draw for tourists, are also set to remain shut until at least the end of June under the plan. That has led hotel owners to complain that the costs of reopening will outweigh the potential benefits since they will be cut off from their largest market. Hoteliers on the islands of La Graciosa, El Hierro and La Gomera and Formentera, which have been given permission to open early on May 4, have already said they plan to stay closed due to lack of business. Spain’s hotel chiefs have warned they won’t be able to afford to reopen after coronavirus lockdown ends unless British holidaymakers are allowed to return. Pictured: A Torremolinos restaurant shows what life cold be like for diners at the end of lockdown as it showcases screen between tables Meanwhile The Mallorca Hotel Business Federation has warned that the Balearics ‘absolutely depend on arrivals by air’ and opening without tourists… Read full this story
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