Balearic hotels top room occupancy levels

Hotel occupancy levels across the Balearic Islands are higher than anywhere else in Spain thanks to travelling hoards of British, German and Russian tourists.

It’s those three nationalities that are travelling in the greatest numbers to the Balearic Islands, contributing to hotel levels being at 82.1 per cent in September – a higher level than that of anywhere else in Spain.

Despite its small size, the island is a tourist hotbed and in the summer experiences masses of foreign tourists descending on the island to enjoy a break in the sun. Last month, 35.6 per cent of all overnight stays in Spain were in the Balearic Islands.

The other most popular areas in Spain dictated by hotel occupancy levels were Son Servera, Santa Margaldia, Alcudia, Sant Josep and Muro.

Mallorca as a whole had 83.68 per cent hotel occupancy, with Palma-Calvia clocking up nearly 81 per cent occupancy.

The number of British and German tourists were the most popular travellers, while Russian tourists were the largest increase in holidaymakers choosing Spain for their vacation.

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