By Euro Weekly News Media • 11 July 2011 • 9:32
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THE average hotel occupancy in Alicante for June was 71.18 per cent, slightly lower than the 72.43 per cent predicted.
This is about the same as the same month last year, according to data from Alicante’s Provincial hotel association APHA, which represents more than 95 per cent of hotels in the municipality of Alicante and a large presence in the province.
Of the tourist, 70 per cent were Spanish and 30 per cent foreign, mostly from the UK, France, Italy, although there was a significant increase in tourists from the USA and Algeria. Low-cost holiday providers are attracting a younger tourist profile that spends less but travels more to places closer to home, according to APHA.
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