Hotel overnight stays grew by 15.9% in the Canary Islands

    The archipelago leads the occupation with more than 72% and is the second destination to attract non-resident tourism with 25.5%

    Hotel overnight stays grew by 15.9% in the Canary Islands in October , compared to the same month of the previous year, reaching a total of 5,896,562 , according to data made public this Thursday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), which collects also that over October 2019, before the pandemic, growth exceeds 3%.

    The Canary Islands is the second destination chosen by non-resident tourists with 25.5% of overnight stays, behind the Balearic Islands (26.1%) and ahead of Catalonia (16.7%).

    The archipelago also presents the highest degree of hotel occupancy with 72.3% while hotel prices increased by 5.5%.

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