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NSI: Hotels and other accommodation establishments report 1.4% decrease in nights spent by visitors in April

NSI: Hotels and other accommodation establishments report 1.4% decrease in nights spent by visitors in April

12 June 2018 | 13:56 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. A total of 895,000 nights were spent by visitors in Bulgarian accommodation establishments in April 2018, 1.4% less than a year earlier, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said. The greatest decrease (3.6%) was registered in 1- and 2-star establishments. The 4- and 5-star hotels remain the most preferred, with 73.4% of all nights spent by foreigners and 36.1% of those spent by Bulgarians, followed by 3-star establishments with 18.9% and 31.1%, respectively.
The number of arrivals in all accommodation establishments shrank by 0.8% year-on-year to 432,200, with a 4.2% decrease for Bulgarians, to 270,200, and a 5.5% increase for foreign visitors. On average, Bulgarians spent 1.9 nights and the others – 2.3 nights.
The total occupancy of bed-places was 22%, down by 1.9 percentage points from the same month of 2017.
Revenues rose 6.4% to BGN 47.1 million.
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