Tourism CS Malonza On Why Hotel Rooms Should Be Charged Per Room Instead of Per Person

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Tourism Cabinet Secretary Peninah Malonza is proposing that hotels charge their guests per room instead of per person, as it is currently.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with Capital FM earlier in the week, the CS said hoteliers are losing a lot in terms of booking through the system.

“Another thing we are pushing is talking with our businessmen so that they can open the space for our rooms to be booked as a unit and not per person sharing. That way you open the space for rooms to be booked 100 percent every day, “she said.

Malonza gave an example where couples are required to book per person instead of as a group.

“You know when you go to a room, you also pay and your spouse also pays in the same room,” she decried.

Malonzo added that it is not in order for business people to rely on certain clients who can fully afford the per-person charges, but depend on a larger group. 

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