MOSCOW, may 5 — RIA Novosti. The Deputy from Krasnodar territory Svetlana Bessarab asks the CPS to soften the recommendations of the compliance regime in the resorts during the tourist season, to prevent the rise in price of rest of them by 40 percent, according to TourDom.ru.
In the letter, she cites a detailed justification for the repeal or revision of certain paragraphs.
for Example, the CPS considers unacceptable the use in the decoration of health resorts Wallpapers and suspended ceilings, and carpeting. But, according to Bessarab, this is in conflict with the previously approved government Regulation on classification of hotels (it extends to the resort). In accordance with this document carpeting is mandatory in the objects of a category “three stars” and above. In addition, in the Krasnodar region resorts have spent on the repair of six billion rubles.
I also believe it Impossible requirement to do housekeeping twice a day and provide guests with masks. Each resort will have to double the staff of maids and to buy masks by the hundreds of thousands, and resorts in General will need about 80 million pieces – so much is simply nowhere to take.
a Ban on outsourcing will also bring problems, as some activities resorts are not allowed – for example, the protection involved in the chop with the relevant licenses.
according to the letter, the requirements is possible while reducing the occupancy rate of sanatorium-resort organizations an average of 50 percent. But it is a critical indicator for private resorts that do not have budgetary or departmental funding.
According to the Deputy, only in sanatoria of Krasnodar region annually rest of 1.4 million people. Constantly working in 35 thousand plus eight seasonal.
Having a margin of from three to eight percent (depending on seasonality), motels paid to the budget of Krasnodar region, almost 45 percent of all taxes coming from tourism sector. The MP explains that if the work on recommendations will the closure or conversion of 30 percent of facilities and higher prices in the remaining 40 percent.