Hotel overnight stays in Spain reached 320.7 million last year, 85.6% more than in 2021, according to the National Statistics Institute (INE).

Stays were just 6.5% lower than before the Covid pandemic in 2019, with domestic bookings driving the numbers.

In fact, there were 0.3% more national stays compared to 2019, but foreign tourists fell by 10.1%.

59.1% of overnight stays last year occurred between May and September, 75.4% more than in 2021.

Travelers from the UK and Germany had 89.3 million overnight stays in hotels in Spain last year, representing 44.5% of foreign visitors.

The UK total increased dramatically by 305.8% compared to 2021, when UK Covid travel restrictions were more severe than in other European countries.

The main destination chosen by non-residents was the Canary Islands, followed by the Balearic Islands and Catalonia.

Rising hotel prices didn’t seem to put off many people, despite an average increase of 17% last year.

The greatest increases occurred in the Community of Madrid (32.1%), Catalonia (25.7%) and the Basque Country (20.6%).

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