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Peak Season

Peak Season refers to a period of heightened demand for travel-related services, typically occurring during specific times of the year when tourist attractions are most popular, weather conditions are favorable, or special events take place. In the hospitality industry, hotels often experience increased occupancy rates and higher room rates during peak seasons. These periods are characterized by higher levels of tourism activity, leading to greater competition for accommodations and other travel services. Hotels may adjust their pricing and availability strategies to capitalize on the increased demand during peak season, maximizing revenue potential.

What is peak season?

Peak season refers to the period of highest demand for travel-related services, typically occurring during specific times of the year when tourist attractions are most popular or during special events.

How does peak season affect hotel rates?

During peak season, hotels often experience increased demand, leading to higher occupancy rates and room rates. Hotels may adjust their pricing strategies to capitalize on the heightened demand, resulting in higher rates compared to off-peak periods.

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