The tourist accommodation sector registered 460.0 thousand guests and 946.8 thousand overnight stays in April 2021, corresponding to rates of change of 762.6% and 510.8% respectively, compared to the same month in 2020 when all tourist activity almost completely ceased (-59.6% and -67.1% in March, in the same order). Compared with April 2019, the number of guests declined by 80.3% and overnight stays decreased by 84.2%.
Overnight stays of residents increased by 517.0% (-20.8% in March) and those of non-residents grew by 496.5% (-86.7% in the previous month). Compared with April 2019, there were decreases of 60.3% and 93.5%, respectively.
The net occupancy rate (12.9%) increased by 6.1 p.p. (-7.1 p.p. in March).
The total revenue registered in the tourist accommodation establishments amounted to EUR 47.7 million and the revenue of accommodation was EUR 35.9 million, corresponding to rates of change of 838.0% and 696.4%, respectively (-73.5% and -71.5% in March, in the same order). Compared with April 2019, total revenue decreased by 85.8% and revenue from accommodation declined by 85.6%.
Considering all tourist accommodation establishments, the average revenue per available room (RevPAR) was EUR 10.8 in April (EUR 7.4 in March). The average daily rate (ADR) amounted to EUR 61.9 in April (EUR 51.0 in March). In April 2019, the RevPAR was EUR 45.5 and the ADR amounted to EUR 81.3.
In the first four months of the year, the number of overnight stays declined by 70.1% due to rates of change of -39.0% regarding residents and -85.6% concerning non-residents. In this period, total revenue declined by 73.6% and revenue of accommodation decreased by 72.3%.
Between January and April, considering the whole set of accommodation (tourist accommodation establishments, camping and holiday camps and youth hostels), there were 1.4 million guests and 3.3 million overnight stays, corresponding to rates of change of -65.9% and -67.2%, respectively.