Chinese hotels, focusing on local tourism, see guests return

General Manager Alan He likens Wyndham Hotel Jingzhou to a fortress that withstood a siege. Only two hours by road from Wuhan, epicenter of a global COVID-19 pandemic, the only high-end hotel in this small city on the Yangtze River shut down along with much of China in January, but reopened in April. “The virus was the enemy,” he says. “This was like a fort.” Because of the timing, as restrictions were imposed around the Chinese New Year holiday, many workers wound up with family in distant villages. He hunkered down with 40 of his 215 staff, doing repairs and…
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