The question is largely moot, as it is impossible under the Antarctic Treaty for a private hotel operator to own land in Antarctica, and the terms of the treaty would almost certainly be construed to say a hotel would be an adverse effect on the pristine environment of Antarctica. Beyond that, any tourism that does enter the area of the treaty is very strictly regulated, so in any case there would not be “a lot” of people involved.
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