According to figures provided by Hosbec, the Valencia region’s hotel employers’ organization, occupancy levels in the three provinces, including Alicante, hit 90% between August 9 and 15, a level not seen since before the Covid epidemic in 2019.
Last week, occupancy in Benidorm, the primary tourist attraction in the Marina Baixa, was projected to reach 78 percent, but it ended up at 85.5 percent, which Hosbec describes as “a return that is very similar to the statistics recorded in a regular year like 2019,” when 92 out of every 100 beds were occupied.
In Benidorm, there are presently 93 hotels connected with Hosbec operational, accounting for 83 percent of the resort’s total number of hotels.
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The statistics “has been much more encouraging” in the remainder of the Costa Blanca (excluding Benidorm), increasing to 90.6 percent with 94 percent of hotels already available to guests.
And the hotel industry is “confident” that the trend will continue, predicting that occupancy will reach 83.8 percent in the third week of August, with the majority of visitors coming from Spain (81.8 percent),followed by the French (5.3), the British (4.3), Portuguese (2.7), Belgian (1) and Dutch (0.8).
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