Hotels rely on foreign tourists for profit in 2011

February 18, 2011 at 5:03 pm Leave a comment

The Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodation (CEHAT) faces 2011 with the hope that there will be an increase of  over 1.5 million foreign tourists that will help improve sector performance. The hotel managers are concerned though about the developments regarding domestic tourists.

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The president of the Conferedation explained yesterday in a press conference that this increase will be viable if the number of bookings from tour operators will keep its current pace. Domestic tourism seems to be slowing down as consumption drops and unemployment stays at a high level.

Winter hotels occupancy has dropped in the first trimester due to poor weather conditions and to the drop in domestic tourists. The Canary Islands registered an increase because tourists chose the islands instead of Egypt of Tunisia.

Spain will always be a popular touristic destination because of its favourable conditions: beaches, mountains, historical sites, great culture and food. Even if European tourists set their eyes on Asian countries for vacations, the Asian tourists have set their eyes on Europe 🙂

Why? Because of this brilliant campaign 🙂




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