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Tourist Accommodations Less Affected than Hotels, Down 49% in July

Occupancy at non-hotel tourist accommodations exceeded 9.9 million in July, down 49.9%, compared with a 73% drop for hotels.

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There were over 9.9 million overnight stays in non-hotel accommodations (flats, campsites and rural houses, among others) in July, a fall of 49.9% compared to the 19.8 million recorded in the same month in 2019, according to data published by the National Statistics Institute (INE). The 50 % drop, however, compares favourably to the occupancy in the hotel sector, which fell by 73.4% during the same period.

Regionally, domestic overnight stays by Spaniards fell by 19.4% y-o-y, while those of non-resident foreigners fell by 77%.

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