Tourism accommodation activity kept growing at a two digits rate, but with a slower pace particularly at the internal market
- November 2014
19 January 2015
The total number of overnight stays spent in tourism accommodation activity establishments stood at 2.4 million in November 2014, corresponding to a year-on-year increase of 11.4%, 2.5 percentage points less than the rate registered in the previous month. For this slow down contributed the internal market, which grew by 5.9%, but less than in the previous month (+12.5%), and also the external markets but at a lower degree (+13.9% in November and +14.4% in October).
Considering the main inbound markets, the emphasis went on Belgium (+57.1%), France (+37.7%), Brazil (+21.1%) and Ireland (+20.8%). Spain was the exception (-9.0%).
The average stay was 2.53 nights (+2.3%) and the net bed occupancy rate stood at 29.1% (+1.9 p.p.).
Revenue also grew (+15.8% in total revenue and +14.7% in revenue from accommodation), in line with the results of the previous month (+15.2% and +16.3%). RevPAR was EUR 20.4 (+10.3% in November and +11.6% in October).