29 June 2021

Lodging in the North Bay’s four largest counties continued to bounce back in May from a year earlier, when the hotels throughout the region were largely empty as the pandemic was in full swing, according to figures released Monday.

Napa County’s hotel occupancy revenue in May grew by nearly 2,000% from a year earlier, leading its three regional neighbors, according to travel industry data firm STR. The county had the region’s steepest fall in paid bookings during the pandemic, with occupancy falling below 10% in early April 2020.

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