Spanish hoteliers welcome British tourists “with open arms”

The Spanish hoteliers, grouped in the Spanish Confederation of Hotels (Cehat) and its provincial associations, want to thank British tourists, “one of the cornerstones of Spanish tourism”, and tour operators and travel agencies that plan and coordinate their arrival to Spain his support after the announcement of bankruptcy of travel giant Thomas Cook.

Hoteliers say that Thomas Cook has meant a lot in the development of hotel infrastructure and facilities and the Spanish tourism offer “so it is very sad to see the deterioration of the centennial company.”

For this reason they urge to launch “urgently” a communication campaign in the United Kingdom that clearly shows the appreciation of Spanish tourism to British visitors and the desire to continue betting and trusting in Spain for their holidays .

From Cehat it is advocated to coordinate from the Ministries of Tourism and Foreign Affairs with the Autonomous Public Administrations a campaign that reaches British tourists “where the sincere appreciation they have in our country is seen, which will not be affected whatever the resolution of the Brexit. “