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holidaymakers get their money back from the hotel if they come from an area with high corona infection rates and have to cancel domestic trips due to the nationwide ban on accommodation.
Due to the new regulations, accommodation is no longer possible, said travel lawyer Paul Degott from Hanover to the dpa topic service. Therefore, in this case, the money that has already been paid is returned, and there are no cancellation fees.
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This applies not only to booked hotel stays, but also to holidays in holiday apartments and holiday homes, said Degott. So it doesn't matter whether vacationers have booked in a large hotel chain or with a small, private landlord of vacation apartments.
It would look different if travel and accommodation were still possible because there is only one quarantine requirement at the travel destination, but no ban on accommodation. In such a case, the guest would have to pay if free cancellation is no longer possible.
The German federal states have now decided on an accommodation ban for holidaymakers from domestic areas with high numbers of corona infections. The ban applies nationwide.
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Bavaria's Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) announced for his country that vacationers from internal German corona hotspots without a negative corona test will no longer be in Bavarian hotels and restaurants from this Thursday (October 8) allowed to stay overnight. The ban on accommodation should therefore apply to travelers from areas with more than 50 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days. The exact areas have yet to be named by the Bavarian Ministry of Health.
Söder stated that this meant “a de facto test obligation for vacationers who come to Bavaria from risk areas”. Because if you can show a current, negative corona test, you can still stay in hotels in Bavaria. However, travelers usually have to pay for tests out of their own pocket if they do not show any signs of illness.
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