Overnight stays in Canarian hotel establishments exceeded 4.86 million in May, which represents an increase of 467.48% compared to the figure registered in the same month of 2021, when there were 857,369 million overnight stays.

This was reported this Thursday by the Statistics National Institute (INE), which adds that of the total 4.86 million overnight stays, 781,369 were made by tourists from the rest of Spain and the remaining 4.08 million were foreigners.

For its part, regarding prices, the annual rate of the Hotel Price Index (HPI) in the Canary Islands rose by 14.14% in May.

Meanwhile, in Spain as a whole, hotel overnight stays exceeded 29.8 million in May, which means multiplying by four (+306.4%) the figure registered in the same month of 2021, when there were 7.3 million overnight stays

Despite this strong rebound, the overnight stays registered in May of this year by Spanish hotels are less than those in May 2019, before the pandemic, when 31.9 million overnight stays were registered.

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