75% occupancy in hotels, homestays ahead of WSBK: Central Lombok
Central Lombok, W Nusa Tenggar (ANTARA) – Hotels and homestays in the Mandalika Special Economic Zone (SEZ) are not yet fully occupied ahead of the World Superbike (WSBK) event, the Tourism Board from Central Lombok district, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), reported.
The WSBK is scheduled to be held at Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, from November 11-13, 2022.
“Hotel occupancy in Central Lombok is still not full,” Central Lombok District Tourism Board chief Lendek Jayadi informed Thursday.
So far, only 75% of the total 3,527 rooms in hotels and homestays have been occupied, he said.
Thus, there are still rooms available for WSBK spectators who wish to stay closer to the circuit.
“There are still empty hotel rooms, but we still have two days; they could be filled because some will attend the last day of racing”, he informed.
However, several hotels in Mandalika are fully booked, such as Pullman Hotel, Raja Hotel, Sima Hotel, Segara Anak Hotel, Puri Rinjani Hotel and Origine Hotel.
Jayadi assured that hotel prices in the region are still stable i.e. they have not shown any significant increase. Price stability has been ensured to boost tourist arrivals in central Lombok, he added.
He expressed the hope that hotel and restaurant entrepreneurs will continue to apply sanitary protocols, in accordance with predetermined standards of cleanliness, health, safety and environmental sustainability (CHSE), so that tourists can feeling safe and comfortable and within the framework of anticipatory measures. against the transmission of COVID-19.
In addition, he affirmed that tourist attractions and supporting tourist villages in the region are ready to welcome tourists, including WSBK spectators, as the Tourist Board has conducted an assessment and provided guidance to tourist villages. from the center of Lombok.
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