Occupancy rate

Figure Created 22 May 2017 Last modified 02 Aug 2017
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The occupancy rate of bed places in reference period is obtained by dividing the total number of overnight stays by the number of the bed places on offer (excluding extra beds) and the number of days when the bed places are actually available for use (net of seasonal closures and other temporary closures for decoration, by police order, etc.). The result is multiplied by 100 to express the occupancy rate as a percentage.


Additional information

UK data from 2013; Iceland, 2014.

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