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1 24 January 214 (updated 27 January 214) Hotel Tourism Short-Term Trends (HOS/HPI/IPHS) Year 213. Overnight stays in hotel establishments increase 1.9% in 213 Hotels earn 41.2 euros per available room and invoice an average of 72.2 euros per occupied room In 213, a total of million overnight stays were registered in hotel establishments, indicating an increase of 1.9% as compared with 212. Overnight stays for residents in Spain decreased 1.6% in 213, whereas that of nonresidents increased by 3.9%. Resident travellers, who accounted for 5.7% of the total, represented 35.1% of the total overnight stays. Overnight annual growth rate. Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad TOTAL The annual variation rate for the year 213 is 3.8 points higher than that registered in 212, in which overnight stays decreased 1.9%. 1

2 Hotel annual overnight stays by origin (in millions). Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad Out of the total overnight stays in 213, 68.% took place between the months of May and October. Interannual rates of overnight stays in % Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 2

3 Main destinations In 213, Andalucía, Comunitat Valenciana, Cataluña and Comunidad de Madrid, were the main destinations of guests resident in Spain, with variation rates for overnight stays of 3.3%,.5%, 6.8% and 5.6%, respectively. Distribution of overnight stays of guests resident in Spain in % Andalucía Comunitat Valenciana Cataluña Madrid, Comunidad de Canarias Galicia Castilla y León Balears, Illes Aragón País Vasco Asturias, Principado de Castilla-La Mancha Murcia, Región de Cantabria Extremadura Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Rioja, La.1.1 Ceuta Melilla The main destination chosen by non-residents was Canarias, with a 27.5% of the total amount of overnight stays. In this Autonomous Community, overnight stays by foreign nationals increase 5.4%, as compared with 212. Followed by Illes Balears, (26.9% of the total overnight stays), and Cataluña (19.5%), where overnight stays increased 1.% and 5.3%, respectively. Distribution of overnight stays of guests resident abroad in % Canarias Balears, Illes Cataluña Andalucía Comunitat Valenciana Madrid, Comunidad de Other 3

4 Hotel Occupancy In terms of occupancy, 53.1% of the available bedplaces were occupied in213, with an increase of 2.1%, as compared with 212. The weekend occupancy rate by bedplaces increased 1.9% and stood at 58.1%. Monthly occupancy rates in January February March April May June July August September October November December Occupancy rate of bed-places Occupancy rate of bed-places at weekend Illes Balears registered the greatest occupancy rate by bedplaces in 213 (75.1%), followed by Canarias (7.7%) and Cataluña (55.5%). Occupancy rates of bed-places by Autonomous Community in ,1 7, ,5 54,3 53,1 51,9 47,4 46,2 46, ,4 41,2 4,9 38,5 34, 32,5 29,9 29,6 29,2 27,6 23,7 Balears, Illes Canarias Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana TOTAL Ceuta Andalucía País Vasco Madrid, Comunidad de Rioja, La Melilla Murcia, Región de Cantabria Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Asturias, Principado de Castilla y León Galicia Aragón Extremadura Castilla-La Mancha 4

5 The main tourist areas by number of overnight stays in 213 were the island of Mallorca (with more than 42.2 million overnight stays), the island of Tenerife (with 23.4 million) and the area of Barcelona (17.3 million) In 213, the tourist sites with the highest number of overnight stays were Barcelona, Madrid and Benidorm. Salou was the tourist site that reached the highest mean occupancy rate by bedplaces (77.8%). In turn, Arona registered the highest mean weekend occupancy rate (81.6%). Overnight stays according to the country of origin of the guests Guests from the United Kingdom and Germany registered more than 93 million overnight stays in hotels in 213, more than a half of the total overnight stays of non-resident travellers. Overnight stays of guests from France, Russia and Italy (the following countries of origin) registered annual rates of 9.8%, 18.9% and 9.6%, respectively. Overnight stays of residents abroad from the main 15 countries in % United Kingdom Germany France Russia Italy Netherlands Belgium Sweden United States Switzerland Norway Ireland Poland Portugal Denmark In 213, the greatest growths were registered by Luxembourg, Russia, Finland, Norway and Switzerland. The countries of origin with the lowest rates were Greece, Czech Republic, Portugal, Italy and Austria. 5

6 Annual variation rate of overnight stays of the 15 main origin countries in 213, as compared with Russia Norway Switzerland Sweden France Ireland Belgium United Kingdom Poland United States Germany Netherlands Denmark Italy Portugal Hotel Prices The annual rate of the Hotel Prices Index (HPI) stood at.2% in 213, that is,.1 points more than that registered in 212. The only Autonomous Communities that registered positive rates were Illes Balears (4.%), Canarias (2.4%) and País Vasco (.3%). On the other hand, Comunidad de Madrid and Comunidad Foral de Navarra (both at 5.1%) registered the greatest decreases. Indicators on the Profitability of the Hotel Sector The average invoicing per occupied room (ADR) in 213 was 72.2 euros. In turn, the average daily income per available room (RevPAR), that was conditioned by the occupancy registered in hotel establishments, reached 41.2 euros in average. By category, the average invoicing was euros for five-star hotels, 78.6 euros for fourstar hotels and 58.6 euros for three-star hotels. Income per available room for the same categories was 96., 52.1 and 37. euros, respectively. 6

7 Average daily rate (ADR) by hotel category in euros NATIONAL TOTAL 5 gold stars 4 gold stars 3 gold stars 2 gold stars 1 gold star 3 & 2 silver stars 1 silver star Revenue per available room (RevPAR) by hotel category in euros NATIONAL TOTAL 5 gold stars 4 gold stars 3 gold stars 2 gold stars 1 gold star 3 & 2 silver stars 1 silver star Hotel Short-Term Trends (HTST) for December In December, 13.5 million overnight stays were registered, which represents an increase of 9.4% as compared with the same month of the previous year. Overnight stays for residents in Spain increased 6.4%, and that of non-residents did so by 11.7%. The average stay increases 1.9% as compared with December 212. In December, 4.% of the available bedplaces were occupied, 9.4% more, as compared with the same month of the previous year. The weekend occupancy rate by bedplaces increased 13.4% and stood at 47.7%. Guests from Germany and the United Kingdom registered 45.7% of the total overnight stays of non-residents in December. Both countries registered annual growths in their overnight stays (11.3% and 9.9%, respectively). 7

8 The main destination chosen by non-residents was Canarias, with a 58.7% of the total amount of overnight stays. In turn, Andalucía, Cataluña and Comunitat Valenciana were the main destinations of resident travellers. Canarias was the Autonomous Community with the highest occupancy rate by bedplaces in December (with 71.3%). Followed by Comunidad de Madrid (44.4%) and Comunitat Valenciana (37.2%). By tourist areas, the South of Tenerife registered both the highest occupancy rate by bedplaces and the highest weekend occupancy rate in December, standing at 76.6% in both cases. The island of Tenerife registered the highest number of overnight stays, with more than 2. million. The tourist sites with the highest number of overnight stays were Madrid, Barcelona, and San Bartolomé de Tirajana. Arona reached the highest occupancy rate by bedplaces (78.5%), whereas Mogán reached the highest weekend occupancy rate by bedplaces (82.8%). In turn, the annual rate of the Hotel Prices Index (HPI) registered a decrease of.3% in December, as compared with the same month of the previous year. This rate was.3 points higher than that of the previous month, and 1.4 points higher than that registered in the previous year Hotel Prices Index. Annual variation rate Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 The average invoicing per occupied room (ADR) in December was 7.4 euros, which represents an increase of.6%. In turn, the average daily income per available room (RevPAR), stood at 31.3 euros, with an increase of 11.4%. For further information see INEbase-www.ine.es/en/ All press releases at: Press Office: Telephone numbers: / 94 8 Fax: Information Area: Telephone number: Fax:

9 Tourist Accomodation Occupancy Survey (Hotels and similar establishments) Year Guests, overnight stays and average stay by categories of establishment Category Number of guests Number of overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 83,829,573 42,536,882 41,292, ,995,873 1,424, ,571, HOTELS: Golden stars Five 4,542,823 1,566,149 2,976,674 16,8,329 3,571,56 12,436, Four 38,172,9 18,495,89 19,677,91 137,241,416 44,127,829 93,113, Three 24,923,386 12,454,31 12,469,85 93,49,845 31,57,422 61,92, Two 6,485,419 4,11,99 2,384,32 16,46,865 8,676,688 7,784, One 2,334,442 1,492, ,274 5,442,739 3,55,543 2,387, INNS: Silver stars Two and three 3,954,593 2,558,281 1,396,312 9,238,42 5,112,12 4,126, One 3,416,2 1,869,69 1,546,933 8,194,269 4,373,648 3,82, Annual rate Open establishments, capacity, occupancy and employed personnel by categories of establishment Category Number of Number of Occupancy Occupancy Occupancy Employed open estim. estimated rate rate rate personnel* establishm. bed-places of of of according to according to bed-places ** bed-places bedrooms *** survey * survey* at weekend ** TOTAL 14,785 1,431, ,537 HOTELS: Golden stars Five , ,572 Four 2,29 66, ,911 Three 2,497 49, ,844 Two 1, , ,533 One 1,159 47, ,882 INNS: Silver stars Two and three 3,28 91, ,95 One 3,96 84, ,846 Annual rate * Annual average. ** Weighted average per bed-places. *** Weighted average per bedrooms. HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 213 (1/4)

10 3. Guests, overnight stays, occupancy, establishments, capacity, average stay and employed personnel Results by areas and tourist sites Guests Overnight stays Occupancy rate Number of Number of Average Employed Residents Residents Residents Residents Of Of Of open estim estimated stay personnel* in Spain abroad in Spain abroad bed-place bed-placebedroom establishm. bed-places * ** at week- *** according toaccording to end ** survey * survey Tourist areas with a greater number of overnight stays per month Isla de Mallorca 689,315 5,8,586 2,647,362 39,635, , ,715 Isla de Tenerife 834,61 2,394,736 3,76,94 19,648, , ,293 Barcelona 1,42,47 5,493,265 2,666,116 14,727, , ,186 Palma-Calvià 453,734 2,58,17 1,679,182 14,979, , ,38 Costa del Sol 1,744,331 2,369,394 5,255,97 11,6, , ,654 Isla de Gran Canaria 555,762 1,578,732 2,211,634 13,1, , ,16 Costa Blanca 2,25,221 1,426,837 7,968,594 7,314, , ,566 Isla de Fuerteventura 139,114 1,13,91 654,314 9,923, , ,591 Costa Brava 1,137,238 1,828,41 2,631,67 7,811, , ,381 Costa Daurada 1,45,752 1,94,18 2,955,7 6,314, , ,532 Tourist sites with a greater number of overnight stays per month Barcelona 1,324,623 5,285,295 2,461,648 14,24, , ,772 Madrid 3,827,33 3,79,488 6,577,394 8,296, , ,528 Benidorm 1,48,63 862,447 5,459,768 5,468, , ,711 San Bartolomé de Tirajana 286,659 1,38,85 1,413,36 9,24, , ,24 Adeje 185,847 1,75, ,98 9,72, , ,675 Calvià 87,585 1,118, ,853 7,75, , ,6 Palma de Mallorca 366,952 1,41,597 1,168,59 6,795, , ,213 Pájara 66, , ,931 6,783, , ,547 Arona 12,77 611,66 551,848 5,152, , ,124 Salou 334, ,568 1,239,557 4,214, , ,672 * Annual average. ** Weighted average per bed-places. *** Weighted average per bedrooms. HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 213 (2/4)

11 4. Guests and overnight stays by country of residence Results by countries Countries Number of guests Overnight stays Total % Total % TOTAL 83,829, ,995, Residents in Spain 42,536, ,424, Residents abroad 41,292, ,571, Total Residents abroad 41,292, ,571,22 1. Total Residents in U.E. (without Spain) 29,684, ,57, Germany 7,41, ,833, Austria 375, ,78, Belgium 1,121, ,832, Denmark 475, ,412, Finland 331,75.8 1,65, France 4,538, ,422, Greece 1, , Ireland 586, ,772, Italy 2,198, ,237, Luxembourg 76, , Netherlands 1,51, ,19, Poland 494, ,419, Portugal 1,6, ,419, United Kingdom 8,79, ,41, Czech Republic 17, , Sweden 923, ,973, Other EU countries* 66, ,291, Norway 62, ,311, Russia 1,496, ,39, Switzerland 797, ,596, Other European countries 895, ,997, Japan 687, ,164, United States of America 1,955, ,442, Rest of America 2,22, ,161, African's countries 5, ,155,14.62 Other countries 2,437, ,657, *Countries included in the Rest of UE: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia**, Slovakia, Slovenia, Esthonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Romania ** Croatia is included in Rest of EU since July 213. The first semestre data are included in Rest of Europe HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 213 (3/4)

12 5. Evolution in the year 213: guests, overnight stays and average stay Months Number of guests Overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 83,829,573 42,536,882 41,292, ,995,873 1,424, ,571, January 3,718,199 2,111,13 1,67,96 11,943,145 4,446,448 7,496, February 4,349,766 2,535,554 1,814,212 13,74,533 5,238,466 7,836, March 6,177,643 3,594,5 2,583,593 18,828,617 8,33,927 1,524, April 6,282,26 3,112,438 3,169,822 19,85,628 7,156,41 11,929, May 8,124,493 3,673,598 4,45,895 26,363,4 8,185,155 18,177, June 8,713,947 4,115,889 4,598,58 3,763,617 9,337,579 21,426, July 9,621,527 4,594,579 5,26,948 37,581,41 12,438,341 25,143, August 1,733,467 5,443,487 5,289,98 41,996,463 15,949,897 26,46, September 8,869,42 4,48,296 4,821,124 32,69,944 9,943,284 22,747, October 7,474,296 3,525,6 3,949,29 25,57,15 7,589,594 17,467, November 5,17,178 2,957,459 2,149,719 15,43,317 6,184,646 8,858, December 4,657,377 2,825,423 1,831,954 13,568,52 5,65,96 7,917, Evolution in the year 213: establishments, capacity, occupancy and employed personnel Months Number of Number of Occupancy rate Employed open estim. estimated Of Of Of personnel* establishm. bed-places bed-places ** bed-places bedrooms *** according to according to at weekend ** survey * survey* TOTAL 14,785 1,431, ,537 January 12,491 1,65, ,474 February 12,915 1,126, ,925 March 14,184 1,284, ,342 April 14,81 1,379, ,841 May 15,714 1,631, ,228 June 16,19 1,714, ,79 July 16,862 1,754, ,384 August 16,73 1,755, ,172 September 16,419 1,731, ,19 October 15,63 1,525, ,946 November 13,33 1,121, ,42 December 12,742 1,84, ,463 * Annual average. ** Weighted average per bed-places. *** Weighted average per bedrooms. HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 213 (4/4)

13 Hotel Price Index (HPI). 28 Base Year 213 Interannual variation rates by Autonomous Community Weighted average HPI rate TOTAL Andalucía Aragón Asturias (Principado de) Balears (Illes) 4. 5 Canarias Cantabria Castilla y León Castilla-La Mancha Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana Extremadura Galicia Madrid (Comunidad de) Murcia (Región de) Navarra (Comunidad Foral de) País Vasco.3 17 Rioja (La) Ceuta Melilla.8 The average interannual variation rates for HPI have been calculated as an average of the interannual variation rates for HPI weighted by occupied rooms each month.

14 Indicators on the Profitability of the Hotel Sector Year 213 ADR and RevPAR for Autonomous Communities and National Total ADR Annual growth RevPar Annual growth (in euros) rate (in euros) rate TOTAL Andalucía Aragón Asturias (Principado de) Balears (Illes) Canarias Cantabria Castilla y León Castilla-La Mancha Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana Extremadura Galicia Madrid (Comunidad de) Murcia (Región de) Navarra (Comunidad Foral de) País Vasco Rioja (La) Ceuta Melilla National ADR and RevPar and breakdown by categories ADR Annual growth RevPar Annual growth (in euros) rate (in euros) rate TOTAL HOTELS: Gold stars Five Four Three Two One GUESTHOUSES: Silver stars Three and two One The average interannual indicators and variation rates for ADR and RevPAR have been calculated as an average of the mensual data respectively, weighted by occupied rooms each month. Indicators on Profitability (ANNEX OF TABLES) - Year th January 214

15 Tourist Accomodation Occupancy Survey (Hotels and similar establishments) December Guests, overnight stays and average stay by category of establishment Category Number of guests Number of overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 4,657,377 2,825,423 1,831,954 13,568,52 5,65,96 7,917, HOTELS: Golden stars Five 298,19 124,14 174,5 1,4,14 264, , Four 2,231,287 1,258, ,99 7,67,865 2,447,213 4,62, Three 1,212, ,47 425,456 3,553,94 1,644,63 1,99, Two 368, ,981 1, ,76 493,12 263, One 143,342 12,648 4,694 38, , , INNS: Silver stars Two and three 221,47 171,349 5,58 455, , , One 182, ,644 68,639 42, ,53 155, Annual rate Cumulative annual rate Open establishments, capacity, occupancy and employed personnel by category of establishment Category Estimated Estimated Occupancy rate Employed open bed-places Of Of Of personnel establishments bed-places bed-places bedrooms at weekend TOTAL 12,742 1,84, ,463 HOTELS: Golden stars Five 224 7, ,483 Four 1, , ,41 Three 1, , ,447 Two 1,584 86, ,712 One , ,64 INNS: Silver stars Two and three 2,717 76, ,576 One 3,568 73, ,781 Annual rate HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - DECEMBER 213 (1/3) 24th January 214

16 3. Guests, overnight stays, occupancy, average stay and employed personnel Results by area and tourist site Guests Overnight stays Occupancy rate Average Employed Residents Residents Residents Residents Of Of Of stay personnel in Spain abroad in Spain abroad bed-pla bed-places bedrooms at weekend Tourist area with a greater occupancy rate per month Sur de Tenerife 26, , ,678 1,45, ,46 Sur de Gran Canaria 12, ,23 67,28 1,227, ,788 Isla de Tenerife 54, , ,321 1,791, ,891 Isla de Gran Canaria 29,39 158,848 17,771 1,317, ,723 Isla de Lanzarote 15,911 73,772 86, , ,223 Isla de Fuerteventura 6,877 85,595 34, , ,844 Isla de La Gomera 1,1 5,89 2,313 33, Costa Blanca 123,156 67, ,11 364, ,256 Tourist area with a greater number of overnight stays per month * Barcelona 125,747 33, , , ,349 Costa del Sol 94,99 82, , , ,235 Costa Brava 6,512 28,58 125,63 61, ,53 Isla de Mallorca 19,384 27,453 44, , ,554 Palma - Calvià 16,822 22,759 38,991 15, ,131 Costa Daurada 59,45 11,152 98,289 24, ,47 Costa de la Luz de Cádiz 4,776 13,244 82,435 29, ,611 Catalunya Central 44,482 15,727 77,63 33, ,613 Tourist site with a greater occupancy rate per month Arona 6,399 52,296 37, , ,71 Mogán 1,331 37,329 7,84 333, ,945 Adeje 11,35 96,115 61, , ,974 Yaiza 6,482 35,868 48, , ,724 Puerto de La Cruz 14,922 29,7 74, , ,61 San Bartolomé de Tirajana 11,526 99,534 62, , ,843 Tías 2,538 22,537 11,73 191, ,353 Pájara 2,682 53,33 15, , ,461 Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las 13,893 18,398 35,162 81, Teguise 3,989 14,625 18, , ,48 Tourist site with a greater number of overnight stays per month * Madrid 381, ,484 69,736 55, ,332 Barcelona 115, ,311 23,1 819, ,91 Benidorm 69,875 41,86 322, , ,13 Sevilla 85,552 58,83 152, , ,849 Granada 74,85 35, ,6 61, ,53 Valencia 62,379 37,255 13,366 83, ,856 Torremolinos 19,122 12,973 8,944 83, ,49 Málaga 37,54 27,647 65,27 63, ,124 Palma 15,61 18,766 36,835 85, ,76 Córdoba 39,41 17,372 69,4 25, * Not taken into account those included in the preceding table because they are in the bigger occupancy rate tables too. HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - DECEMBER 213 (2/3)

17 8. Guests and overnight stays by country of residence Results by country Countries Number of guests Overnight stays Total % Total % TOTAL 4,657, ,568,52 1. Residents in Spain 2,825, ,65, Residents abroad 1,831, ,917, Total Residents abroad 1,831, ,917, Total Residents in E.U. (without Spain) 1,245, ,39, Germany 239, ,871, Austria 13, , Belgium 48, , Denmark 24, , Finland 29, , France 197, , Greece 6, , Ireland 19, , Italy 118, , Luxembourg 3, , Netherlands 6, , Poland 18, , Portugal 56, , United Kingdom 299, ,745, Czech Republic 5, , Sweden 7, , Other EU countries* 33, , Norway 32, , Russia 43, , Switzerland 28, , Rest of Europe 41, , Japan 49, , United States of America 8, , Rest of America 115, , Africa 35, ,97.94 Other countries 158, , *Countries included in Other EU countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Esthonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Romania HOS (TABLES ANNEX) - DECEMBER 213 (3/3)

18 Hotel Price Index (HPI). 28 Base December 213 National General Index and breakdown by Autonomous Cities and Communities Index Annual growth rate TOTAL Andalucía Aragón Asturias, Principado de Balears, Illes Canarias Cantabria Castilla y León Castilla - La Mancha Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana Extremadura Galicia Madrid, Comunidad de Murcia, Región de Navarra, Comunidad Foral de País Vasco Rioja, La Ceuta Melilla National General Index and breakdown by categories Index Annual growth rate TOTAL HOTELS: Gold stars Five Fourth Three Two One HOSTALS: Silver stars Three and two One HPI (ANNEX OF TABLES) - December th January 213

19 Indicators on the Profitability of the Hotel Sector December 213 National ADR and RevPAR (*) and breakdown by Autonomous Cities and Communities ADR Annual growth RevPar Annual growth (in euros) rate (in euros) rate TOTAL Andalucía Aragón Asturias, Principado de Balears, Illes Canarias Cantabria Castilla y León Castilla - La Mancha Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana Extremadura Galicia Madrid, Comunidad de Murcia, Región de Navarra, Comunidad Foral de País Vasco Rioja, La Ceuta Melilla National ADR and RevPar (*) and breakdown by categories ADR Annual growth RevPar Annual growth (in euros) rate (in euros) rate TOTAL HOTELS: Gold stars Five Four Three Two One GUESTHOUSES: Silver stars Three and two One (*) ADR: Average Daily Rate RevPAR: Revenue per Available Room Indicators on Profitability (ANNEX OF TABLES) - December th January 213

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