CRISIS OF HOTELS IN AN OPPORTUNITY.
Some hotels still suffer from much lower occupancy rates than the average, even with new remodeled buildings.
As an example, Marriot in RJ, which fluctuates at 3% occupancy rate, can be seen in the article below on Exame magazine.
As an alternative to the crisis, the sector seeks to renew and expand its supplementary revenues.
From this scenario, the UFO HUB project was born, our concept of an all-in-one environment repositions large hotels, making them also business spaces DNA of innovation.
In Brazil and in the world, there are innumerable traditional hotels, located in the city centers of the main capitals, which face a low occupancy rate.
The last report by FOBH (Hotel Operators Forum of Brazil) shows that the average occupancy rate of the segment in 2018 figures at 56.20%, an index considered not attractive to investors.