HotelClub reports Thailand hotel bookings have rapidly recovered after slumping by 70% during the recent flood crisis. “Hotel volumes were not initially affected when flood waters first began,” the company said. “However, once Bangkok became threatened in mid October there was a sharp decrease in hotel bookings as traveller confidence waned.  

“Total Thailand hotel volumes dropped by 70% during week commencing 24 October compared to the average weekly transactions pre-flooding.

“Transaction volumes have risen sharply in the past five weeks with week commencing 28 November producing a 400% increase compared to week commencing 24 October.

“Year on year transactions are increasing as well with week commencing 28 November up by 15% compared to the same period last year.

“For Bangkok specifically, hotel volumes increased 40% during week 28 November compared to the week prior – resulting in a return to average weekly transactions pre-flooding.”
The accommodation website says leading the demand for Thailand are Australian, Japanese, Singaporean and also Thai consumers.
From next Monday, HotelClub will donate $5 from every Thailand hotel booking to the Thai Red Cross Society as part of its Thailand – Still Amazing campaign.
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