Hainan hotel occupancy hit record high in Jan-Sep, 2011
Hotel occupancy in Hainan reached a record high in the first three quarters, a new report by the Provincial Statistic Bureau has shown.
Hotels in all cities have received total overstay tourists of 15.13 million in the first nine months.
The tourism accommodation index shows average occupancy rates in the island’s star-related hotels at a record 60.5% from January to September, topping the figures set in the previous four years.
During the nine months, a total of 21.25 million tourists visited Hainan Island, an increase of 11% over the same period of 2010.
Among them, tourist arrivals in east regions accounted for 86% of the whole island with a growing rate of 10.8% less than the average level, while arrivals in the west regions was 8.5%, leading the island with a growing rate at 12.7%.
Translated by WOS Team
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