Napa County hotels suffer ‘worst year’ due to COVID-19 pandemic

Until then, “we expect the leisure drive-in market to remain strong, particularly on the weekends, with stay-at-home restrictions eased,” Gallagher said. “However, without long-haul travel and group business, leisure transient demand will likely not make up for the shortfall in 2021. Research suggests Napa County tourism numbers will not return to pre-pandemic levels until at least 2022.”