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Tuesday | March 2 | 2021

Overnight stays in Vienna dropped by 84.5% in October

Vienna’s overnight stays in October were 84.5% lower than in the previous year and reached only 242,000.

Most overnight stays were recorded from the domestic market (123,000, -59%).

The results from the other markets of origin that are the most profitable in the course of 2020 are 30,000 overnight stays (-91%), followed by Italy (9,000, -83%), Great Britain (5,000, -92%), France (6,000, -85%), the USA (4,000, -96%), Spain (3,000, -95%), Switzerland (4,000, -92%), Poland (8,000, -48%) and Russia (2,000, -95%).

Arrivals fell by 85.3% to 105,000.

The average occupancy of hotel beds fell to 11.8% (10/2019: 64.7%), those of the rooms to around 15% (10/2019: around 84%).

A total of around 55,000 hotel beds were available in Vienna in October, which was around 11,000 beds (-17%) less than in the same month of the previous year.

Between January and October, 4.4 million overnight stays were counted, a decrease of 69.6%.

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