The deputy CEO of Dalata Hotel Group, Dermot Crowley, has said that he hopes that Dalata will start to experience recovery from the impact of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.
In an interview with The Business Post, Crowley stated, "I would hope that we will start to see recovery set in quarter next year as the world is better able to manage COVID-19 through a combination of vaccines, improved treatments, testing, tracing, etc. We will then look to rebuild our business throughout 2021 and 2022. We will also look to complete the 3,300 rooms in our development pipeline as well as look for new opportunities that may arise out of the COVID-19 crisis."
"In A Strong Place Financially"
Crowley also stated, "We're very focused on finding new opportunities in London and the larger UK cities. We are in a strong place financially and look forward with confidence to the post COVID world."
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