Business travel is still suffering this year, according to a report. How California Cities Are Impacted

Business travel has not recovered from the impacts of the pandemic as quickly as expected in the industry. A new report from the American Hotel and Lodging Association has found that hotel business travel revenue in the United States is expected to be 23% below pre-pandemic levels for 2022, a drop of $20 billion. of dollars. California ranks in the top 10 states expected to see the largest drop in hotel activity this year, according to the April report co-produced by Kalibri Labs. The Golden State is expected to bring in about $4 billion less than in 2019, a drop of 34%. San Francisco tops the list of urban markets expected to face lower spending. The city faces a 68% drop from 2019. It is followed by New York, Washington, DC and San Jose. Sacramento ranks 17th on the list and is expected to generate $142 million less business travel revenue than in 2019, a decline of 27.6%. You can see the full list of cities here.

Business travel has not recovered from the impacts of the pandemic as quickly as expected in the industry.

A new report from the American Hotel and Lodging Association has found that hotel business travel revenue in the United States is expected to be 23% below pre-pandemic levels for 2022, a drop of $20 billion. of dollars.

California ranks in the top 10 states expected to see the largest drop in hotel activity this year, according to the April report co-produced by Kalibri Labs. The Golden State is expected to bring in about $4 billion less than in 2019, a drop of 34%.

San Francisco tops the list of urban markets expected to face lower spending. The city faces a 68% drop from 2019. It is followed by New York, Washington, DC and San Jose.

Sacramento ranks 17th on the list and is expected to generate $142 million less business travel revenue than in 2019, a decline of 27.6%.

You can see the full list of cities here.

Bernard P. Love