Willemstad, 19 November, 2020 – The month of October has shown an increase in hotel occupancy compared to the month of September.
Hotel performance figures indicate that the hotel occupancy in October in Curaçao was 44.6%. Compared to the same month in 2019 (66.6%), this is a decrease of 33.1%. However, compared to September of this year (29.4%), this is an increase of 34.1%.
The average daily rate (ADR) for the month of October was $122.05. For the same month in 2019 this was $141.69; this is a decrease of 13.9%. In regard to the revenue per available room (RevPAR), this was $54.40, which is also a decrease of 42.4% compared to the same month in 2019 ($94.40).
CHATA is happy to see an increase in hotel occupancy compared to the month before. This is an indication that we’re on our way to the recovery of our sector. Nevertheless, it is important to continue to focus on stimulating the demand by bringing more visitors to our island. Of course, according to responsible hygiene protocols and measurements for the protection of our own people and our visitors.
The figures on hotel occupancy mentioned above were based on 8 reporting hotels, that represent around 1500 rooms on our island. For more information, visit our website www.chata-data.com