3.0% Decrease in Overnight Stays in Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodations in Spain in June 2023

In the latest edition of the Survey of Occupancy in Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodations (EOAT) for June 2023, a 3.0% decrease in overnight stays compared to the same month of the previous year has been reported. Despite this variation, accumulated overnight stays since January have shown a growth of 9.1%, surpassing figures from the same period in 2019 by 7.4%.

Details for the “Hostels” category in June 2023:

  • Overnight Stays: A total of 832,080 overnight stays were recorded in hostels, marking a decrease of 5.29% compared to the previous year.
  • Average Length of Stay (number of days): The average stay duration was 1.72 days, reflecting a reduction of 4.54%.
  • Occupancy Rate per Bed (percentage): The occupancy rate per bed stood at 35.01%, indicating a 10.19% decrease compared to the same period in the previous year.

This report provides a detailed insight into the activity within Spain’s non-hotel tourist accommodations sector. Despite the challenges, the accumulated figures display an upward trend, suggesting a gradual recovery in the tourism industry. Circumstances may continue to evolve with subsequent editions of the survey.