23 February 2024

Hotel Tourism Short-Term Trends (HOS/HPI/IPHS)

January 2024. Provisional data

Main results

  • Overnight stays in hotel establishments increased by 6.3% in January compared to the same month in 2023.
  • The Hotel Price Index rose by 7.6% in annual rate.
  • Hotels invoiced an average of 104.7 euros per occupied room, 9.5% more than in the same month of the previous year.

Overnight stays in hotel establishments increased by 6.3% in January compared to the same month in 2023, and exceeded 16.4 million.

Those of travellers resident in Spain decreased by 1.5%, while those of non-residents increased by 11.0%.

Annual variation rate for overnight stay. January 2024


By touristic areas. Isla de Tenerife registered the highest number of overnight stays, with more than 2.2 million. On the other hand, the tourist spots with the most overnight stays were Madrid, Barcelona and San Bartolomé de Tirajana.


Andalucía, Comunidad de Madrid and Cataluña were the main destinations for travellers resident in Spain in January, with 17.2%, 15.8% and 13.5% of total overnight stays, respectively.

The main destinations for non-residents were Canarias, Cataluña and Andalucía, with 52.0%, 14.0% and 12.0% of the total, respectively.

Overnight stays according to the country of origin of travellers

Travellers from the United Kingdom and Germany accounted for 22.9% and 15.1%, respectively, of total non-resident overnight stays in January.

Overnight stays by travellers from France, Italy and the Netherlands (the next largest source markets) accounted for 6.3%, 5.4% and 4.6% of the total respectively.

Hotel occupancy

In January, 47.5% of the places offered were filled, an annual increase of 4.0%. The weekend occupancy rate by bedplaces rose by 1.8% to 51.5%.

Canarias presented the highest occupancy rate by bedplaces during January (74.1%).

By tourist areas, Sur de Gran Canaria reached the highest occupancy rate per bedplaces (78.9%). It also had the highest weekend occupancy (79.3%).

The tourist destination with the highest occupancy rate by bedplaces was Puerto de la Cruz (80.0%), which also had the highest weekend occupancy rate (81.7%).

Hotel prices

The Hotel Price Index rose by 7.6% in January compared to the same month in 2023.

Hotel Price Index. January 2024

Annual variation rate. Percentage

By autonomous communities and cities, the highest increase was recorded in Cataluña (10.4%) and the only decrease was in Extremadura (-0.2%).

By category, the highest price increase occurred in three-star gold establishments (10.2%).

Hotel Sector Profitability

The average hotel turnover per occupied room (ADR) was 104.7 euros in January, an increase of 9.5% compared to the same month in 2023.

The average daily revenue per available room (RevPAR), which is determined by the occupancy of these establishments, reached 59.0 euros, an increase of 14.1%.

By category, the ADR was 234.2 euros for five-star hotels, 107.2 euros for four-star hotels and 84.0 euros for three-star hotels. RevPAR these same categories was 141.4, 68.9 and 48.0 euros, respectively.

The touristic area with the greatest ADR was Naut Aran, with 216.6 euros. Adeje presented the greatest RevPar of 167.1 euros.

Average revenue per available room by category


Reviews and data updates

INE has today updated the data for January 2023 of the Hotel Occupancy Survey, the Hotel Price Index and the Hotel Sector Profitability Indicators. All results of this operation are available on INEBase.

Methological note

The objective of the Hotels Occupancy Survey (EOH) is to ascertain a series of variables that make it possible to describe the fundamental characteristics of the hotel sector, both from the point of view of supply and demand.

The Hotel Price Index (IPH) is a statistical measure of the monthly evolution of prices applied to clients that hotel entrepreneurs apply to their customers.

The objective of the Indicators of Profitability of the Hotel Sector (IRSH) is to facilitate decision-making in the hotel sector. These are the Average Daily Rate (ADR), which collects the average daily income per occupied room, and the Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR), which collects the average daily revenue per available room.

Type of operation:
monthly continuous survey.
Population scope:
all hotel establishments.
Geographical scope:
the entire national territory.
Reference period of the results:
one month.
Reference period of the information:
seven consecutive days of each month, chosen randomly in such a way that, between all the establishments, the entire month is covered.
Sample design:
stratified sampling by province and establishment category, with 4 and 5-gold star categories being exhaustive.
Sample size:
approximately 9,250 establishments in winter and 11,200 in summer.
Collection method:
questionnaire filled in directly by the hotel establishment.

For additional information, you can access the methodologies(EOHIPH and IRSH) and the standard methodological reports (EOHIPH and IRSH).

INE statistics are produced in accordance with the Code of Good Practice for European Statistics. More information in Quality at INE and Code of Best Practices.

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