The extent of the post-pandemic rebound in the hospitality sector is nowhere more visible than at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, South Africa’s most-visited tourist hub.   

Occupancies at the shop, work, stay and play precinct’s 12 hotels soared above 70% in the first eight months of the year,  up from 52% in the same period last year and ahead of 2019’s 68%. Average daily rates at the V&A have surged 42% year on year. ..

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