Urgent call for more hotels in Canary Islands
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain – 22 February 2017 –
Hoteliers in Spain’s Canary Islands are being urged to accelerate the construction of new holiday properties as a spree of terrorist attacks in the Mediterranean prompts airlines to switch capacity to markets perceived as safer by tourists, Bloomberg reports.
Tenerife, the biggest of the islands and the most popular with visitors, effectively ran out of beds over the winter, while a general shortage of accommodation pushed up room prices as much as 15 percent, according to Sophie Dekkers, UK regional manager at discount carrier EasyJet. That increase is expected … Read More