Guest in overnight accommodation; by origin and tourist region '98-'10

Table description


This table presents information about the number of guests and the
number of overnight stays of these guests in Dutch overnight
accommodation by their country of residence.
The figures can be broken down by tourist region.

Data available from: 1998-2010

Status of the figures: all figures are definite.

Changes as of 6 March 2014:
This table has been discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
No longer applicable.

Description topics

Guests from
A guest is a visitor who stays in an accommodation (hotel, boarding
house, camp site, holiday park and group accommodation) for at
least one night.
Guests do not include:
- Permanent guests who stay in a hotel or boarding house for more than
two months.
- Guests who have a permanent pitch on a camp site or rent a holiday
home for more than two months.
- Asylum seekers, even those who stay in an accommodation for less than
two months.
For each month the guests who checked out in that month are counted in
the survey, regardless of the month they arrived.
A person who stays in a overnight accommodation more than twice in a
month (either the same establishment or different establishments) is
counted as a guest each time.
All countries
Netherlands
Dutch residents.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Total foreign countries
Europe
Europe excluding The Netherlands
Germany
United Kingdom
America
Nights spent by guests from
Every night that a guest spends in an accommodation (hotel, boarding
house, camp site, holiday park and group accommodation) excluding
permanent guests who stay longer than 2 months.
All countries
Netherlands
Dutch residents.
Foreign countries
Total foreign countries
Nights spent by foreign tourists.
Europe
Europe excluding The Netherlands
Germany
United Kingdom
America