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Hotel Tourism Short-Term Trends. CTH. July 2020


During the month of June, 920,778 travelers stayed at a hotel establishment, with a total of 1,820,455 overnight stays. Both figures represent less than 10% of the estimated totals for these variables a year ago. Four star hotels are the most visited, followed by those of three.

Note about the effects of the COVID-19 

From June 21 and according to Order SND / 399/20201,the state of alarm ends, allowing the mobility of the population throughout the national territory. However, given the restrictions of the first three weeks of June, only 5,896 of the almost 20,000 existing hotels in Spain have opened, 64.6% less than a year ago. The total number of places offered is 322,508, 17.6% of the total.

Due to the low number of open hotel establishments, the data at the national level and by Autonomous Community are the only ones that have the enough quality to be disseminated.

Hotel tourism short-term trends - June 2020
Indicator Note Value Variation
Overnight stays 1,820,455 -95.10
Average stay (number of days) 1.98 -39.50
Occupancy rate by bedplaces (percentage) 18.75 -71.47
Average occupied room rate (euros) 57.93 -37.79
Hotel price (index) 107.58 -11.07
  • Variation: percentage compared to the previous year
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June 2020 Published: 23/07/2020

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Hotel Tourism Short-Term Trends disseminates the results of the Hotel Occupancy Survey, Hotel Price Indices and Profitability Indicators for the hotel sector every month.

The Hotel occupancy survey provides information on travellers, overnight stays and the average length of stay distributed by country of residence for foreign travellers or Autonomous Community of origin for Spanish travellers, as well as the type of establishments that they stay in. It also provides estimates of the number of open establishments, vacancies, occupancy rate and employment in the sector, by type of establishment.

The Hotel price index is a statistical measure of the evolution of the prices applied by business owners to the different clients who stay at Spanish hotels. It therefore measures the evolution of prices in the sector from the supply perspective.

The main objective of the Profitability indicators of the hotel sector is to obtain the ADR (Average Daily Rate) and RevPAR (Revenue per Available Room). These two variables, along with the occupancy rate per room, constitute an important source of information for hotel establishments, enabling them to assess their price policy.