In a new report, The Associated Press found that the number of hotel rooms at Silver Mountain Resort in Kerala, the state capital, is about double the national average, with many people arriving late due to the high occupancy rate.
It also found that in many parts of Kerala, people were staying in their rooms, despite the fact that many of them are over 65.
The AP looked at how many rooms in the hotel were empty, what amenities they had and whether or not they were being used.
The average occupancy rate was just below 10 percent, while the average room size was about 6 feet by 6 feet.
And a significant percentage of the people who visited were staying for more than a week.
The AP found that nearly half of the guests who arrived late at Silver Lake Resort, a popular tourist destination in the state, had not been seen since April 26.
They were staying at the resort’s guesthouse for two nights, the AP reported.
The AP also found people at the hotel with medical conditions who were staying with them had not had their accommodation taken over by a hotel manager, and there were several reports of people who were allowed to leave their rooms but were not.
The resort, known for its beautiful lakeside villas and beachfront villas, has had a rough year.
Tourism officials have blamed the influx of tourists on a shortage of accommodation for medical evacuees and tourists who had been evacuated from the state in recent months.