The Haapsalu Promenade Hotel will close its doors on February 15 and six contract employees will remain unemployed.
Although there are lights in the windows of the Promenade Hotel almost every night and there are always some cars in the parking lot, there are not enough visitors to keep the hotel alive – there are few customers, the costs are high. “If the hotel is down, it doesn’t make sense,” said Hotel manager Signe Unt.
According to Undi, the spread of the coronavirus and the resulting restrictions have left a deep mark on the hotel’s financial results. During the emergency during the spring, the hotel was closed for several months. At the beginning of the summer, the doors were opened, but, as Unt said, tourism did not open immediately.
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