Experts estimate hotels can return to their occupancy, revenue levels by 2022

Connecticut

(WTNH) — A dramatic drop in travel amid the pandemic could cost Connecticut more than 287 million dollars in hotel tax revenue this year.

That’s according to a new report from the Connecticut Lodging Association. Experts estimate it could take until 2022 before hotels return to their occupancy and revenue levels from a year ago.

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