Owned by singer Sofia Rotaru mini-hotel in Yalta, presumably, was on the verge of ruin because of the pandemic coronavirus. Hotel Villa Sofia is not opened after the lifting of restrictions related to the spread of COVID-19. It is reported Super.ru.
According to the publication, the gates of luxury hotels, has 12 rooms, rewound the wire, from the territory of the restaurant, removed the furniture, all the Windows of the building closed curtains. According to the official version, the facility was closed for renovation. In recent times the owners of the hotel — Sofia Rotaru and her relatives saw Villa Sofia over a year ago.
As noted Super.ru, Rotaru became difficult to manage the hotel after the annexation of Crimea to Russia, as the singer has Ukrainian citizenship. In addition, hotel guests complained about poor service at a high enough rates (20-45 thousand rubles per night).
According to analysts, the resumption of activity in the hotel real estate market of Russia will begin soon enough — in the second half of 2020, but for the full recovery of the industry from the effects of a pandemic coronavirus will take three to five years.
In June it became known that rotary has lost tens of millions of rubles because of the inability to give concerts in Russia. According to the Director of artist Sergei Lavrov, the pandemic coronavirus and closures loss Rotaru has made about 42 million roubles. Located in Kiev, the singer gets offers to speak at corporate events in Russia, but has no possibility to leave Ukraine.
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