The Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa; his pair of Tourism and Sports, Matías Lammens; and the Secretary of Commerce, Matías Tombolini, today signed an agreement with the representative entities of the hotel sector to establish maximum rates in the accommodations that participate in the third edition of the Pre-Trip program.
“We believe in the program, but we also believe that it cannot end up playing against us in terms of inflation,” Massa said during the signing of the agreement.
Now “the sector has to make the effort along with the State. The ordering of prices is going to help us lower inflationary expectations and it is good that we make the effort together,” Massa assured this afternoon, after the meeting in which signed the agreement.
Adhesion, by means of an affidavit, will be voluntary for each tourist provider and will be a mandatory condition to participate in this new Pre-Trip.
By tourist destination, providers must adjust to the maximum rate established for each category and type of establishment (1 to 5 stars). The control will be in charge of the Ministry of Commerce and the accommodations that fail to comply will be excluded from both the third and future editions of the program.
Prices in Cordoba
Capilla del Monte: one and two star lodgings $8,818, three stars $10,987 and four stars $17,745.
Capital: one and two star lodgings $7,438, three stars $9,967, four stars $15,124 and five stars $17,270
Villa Carlos Paz: one and two star lodgings $5,126, three stars $7,298 and four stars $15,968.
San Javier, San Alberto and Calamuchita: one and two star lodgings $8,271, three stars $9,577, four stars $15,768 and five stars $31,164.