90% of the hotel demand is of 3, 4 and 5 stars for the Summit.
Between 70 million and 80 million dollars of revenue will generate the VIII Summit of the Americas for the city of Lima, which will have at least a dozen leaders of the region, including the United States President, Donald Trump.
El Peruano informed about this projection, done by the president of the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur), Carlos Canales. He referred to this encounter as a large advertisement window for tourism in the city of Lima.
“For the Summit of the Americas, 90% of the demand is for 3, 4 and 5 star hotels; We expect 5,000 to 6,000 people with the highest level of spending, and that will generate approximately $70 million to $80 million dollars for the city,” Canales told Andina News Agency, according to El Peruano.
The rating on hotel security in Peru is one of the highest in South America, according to Canales. He adds that they have almost cases of criminal acts, which translates into high standards.
“Carlos Canales considered it important that Peru take advantage, in tourism, of the meeting of leaders to promote strategic alliances between countries, in order to promote as a group, the Latin American destinations.”, you can read in El Peruano today.