Macao's hotel occupancy rate at 76.5 pct in June

20:12, August 13, 2010      

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The average occupancy rate of Macao' s hotel sector reached 76.5 percent in June 2010, with four-star hotels leading at 77.3 percent, according to the figures released Friday by Macao's Statistics and Census Service (DSEC).

At the end of June, the total number of available guest rooms in the local hotel sector increased by 7.6 percent year-on-year to 19,560 rooms, the DSEC figures indicated.

A total of 603,004 guests checked into hotels and guest-houses in June, a notable increase of 35.3 percent year-on-year, with the majority coming from the Chinese mainland (50.4 percent) and Hong Kong (20.6 percent).

The average length of stay of hotel guests decreased by 0.03 night to 1.5 nights, the figure showed.

Source: Xinhua


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