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The Canaries is the second destination in Spain with the highest hotel occupancy in June, with 69.7%

According to the Hotel Tourism Situation Survey by the National Statistics Institute (INE), the Canaries ranked as the second destination with the highest hotel bed occupancy rate in June, reaching 69.7%.

According to the Hotel Tourism Situation Survey by the National Statistics Institute (INE), the Canaries ranked as the second destination with the highest hotel bed occupancy rate in June, reaching 69.7 percent. The Balearic Islands claimed the top spot. Additionally, among non-residents, the Canary Islands were also the second-favorite destination, accounting for 19 percent of the total.


Across Spain, the total overnight stays in hotel establishments during the first half of the year reached 149.72 million, showing a remarkable increase of 13.5 percent compared to the same period last year, even surpassing the numbers recorded in 2019. In June alone, the country recorded over 36.2 million hotel overnight stays, a 3.3 percent increase compared to the same month in 2022, which saw 35.1 million stays.

Among these figures, overnight stays made by residents in Spain accounted for over 12 million, representing 33.3 percent of the total, while those by non-residents amounted to more than 24.1 million.

The average length of stay in Spanish hotels slightly decreased by 1.4 percent compared to June 2022, standing at an average of 3.2 overnight stays per traveler.

The statistics institute also reported that Spanish hotels recorded an average billing of 112.5 euros per occupied room, reflecting a 6.7 percent increase compared to the same month last year.

In terms of favorite Spanish destinations, Andalusia, Catalonia, and the Community of Valencia were the top choices for resident travelers in June, accounting for 21.6 percent, 15.7 percent, and 12.6 percent of the total overnight stays, respectively. Among non-residents, the Balearic Islands were the most popular destination, with nearly 34 percent of the overnight stays. The Canary Islands and Catalonia followed closely with 19 percent and 18.3 percent of the total, respectively.

In June, the hotel bed occupancy rate across Spain reached 63.4 percent, with an annual increase of 1.3 percent. The Balearic Islands boasted the highest occupancy rate at 79.8 percent, followed by the Canary Islands with 69.7 percent.

Regarding the origin of non-resident travelers, the United Kingdom and Germany led the way, accounting for 30.2 percent and 18.6 percent, respectively, of the total overnight stays in Spanish hotel establishments in June.

Overall, the hotel industry in Spain showed positive growth in various aspects, with increases in average daily turnover per occupied room (ADR) and average daily revenue per available room (RevPAR) in June compared to the same month in 2022. Marbella had the highest ADR at 221.5 euros, while Estepona presented the highest RevPAR at 168.5 euros.


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