During the May holidays in Sochi, tourists ate 460,000 servings of khinkali

During the May holidays in Sochi, tourists ate 460,000 servings of khinkali

Source: Sochi Administration

Since May 1, the resort has received about 250,000 guests. This is 6.8% higher than the previous year. 1412 accommodation facilities, designed for 72 thousand rooms, worked to receive tourists.

«The average load of accommodation facilities reached the level of 80-84%. At the same time, in a number of hotels and sanatoriums of the city on these dates 90-100%. Hotels and apartments in the mountain cluster were on average 66% occupied. The highest demand among guests was for spa holidays, hotels of medium and high star level with heated pools, spas and developed infrastructure,» the Sochi administration reported.

During the May holidays in Sochi, 460 thousand servings of khinkali and more than 120 tons of mussels were eaten, 483 thousand servings of barbecue, 270 thousand servings of tea were drunk and 276 thousand carafes of juice and lemonade were sold, the resort authorities calculated. Since May 1, 23 beaches have opened in Sochi in all areas of the resort. Every day they were visited by tens of thousands of residents and guests of the resort. During the high season in Sochi expect about four and a half million tourists.

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