Spain’s Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodation Sees 7.3% Increase in Overnight Stays in October 2023

The latest data from Spain’s Survey of Occupancy in Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodations (EOAT) for October 2023 reveals a notable 7.3% surge in overnight stays compared to the same month in 2022. Cumulative overnight stays since January have grown by 3.9%, surpassing those of the same period in 2019 by 4.6%.

Key Figures – Tourist Apartments – October 2023:

  • Overnight Stays: 5,689,397 (5.98% increase compared to October 2022)
  • Average Length of Stay: 5.17 days (-1.37% change)
  • Occupancy Rate per Bed: 35.18% (0.24% change)
  • Apartment Prices (Index): 155.84 (8.41% increase compared to the previous year)

Yearly Variation:

  • Overnight Stays:
    • October 2022: 5,225,000
    • October 2023: 5,689,397 (7.3% increase)

These positive indicators underscore the resilience of Spain’s non-hotel tourist accommodation sector, showcasing a sustained recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The increased occupancy and higher prices suggest a positive trend in the country’s tourism industry.