The Paris tourism industry is facing a nervous wait to see if tourists return in the run up to Christmas.
The week after the attacks on November 13 which saw 129 people killed Paris hotels reported a 24 percentage point drop in daily occupancy.
Hotels revenues also dropped by 50% while large stores reported a decrease in footfall of between 30% and 50%.
However, with the occupancy decline easing to 16 points on November 22 and 23, the French economy minister Emmanuel Macron said things were on the up, Reuters has reported.
He added: “The situation is improving, a return to normal is underway this week.
"It’s picking up. We are on a seasonal market, so it is crucial that it picks up quickly for these operators that are open only for a few weeks during the holidays.”
However, Christian Navet, president of the Paris-Ile de France section of French hotel federation UMIH, said he saw "no signs of recovery".
He added: "We had cancellations right after the attacks, but now it’s just people not coming. Hotels are empty. All eyes are now on Christmas.”