Macao's hotel occupancy rate at 78.5% in February

18:40, April 15, 2010      

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The average occupancy rate of Macao 's hotel sector reached 78.5 percent in February 2010, with three- star hotels leading at 82.2 percent, according to the figures released on Thursday by Macao's Statistics and Census Service ( DSEC).

At the end of February 2010, the total number of available guest rooms in local hotel sector increased by 7.7 percent year-on- year to 18,937 rooms, the DSEC figures indicated.

A total of 578,877 guests checked into hotels and guest-houses in February 2010, an increase of 12.3 percent over February 2009, with the majority coming from the Chinese mainland (54.6 percent) and Hong Kong (20.7 percent).

The average length of stay of hotel guests increased by 0.2 night to 1.5 nights, the figure showed.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:赵晨雁)

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