Overnight accommodation; capacity per region and type of accomm. '00-'11

Overnight accommodation; capacity per region and type of accomm. '00-'11

Regions Periods All types of establishments Number of accommodation establishments (number) Hotels/boarding houses/youth hostels Number of accommodation establishments (number) Leisure accommodation Number of accommodation establishments (number) Leisure accommodation Camp sites Number of establishments (number) Leisure accommodation Holiday parks Number of establishments on 1 January (number) Leisure accommodation Group accommodation Number of establishments on 1 January (number)
Other tourist regions 2010 December 578 369 209 156 26 27
Other tourist regions 2011 Januari* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 Februari* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 March* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 April* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 May* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 June* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 July* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 August* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 September* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 October* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Other tourist regions 2011 November* 574 371 203 149 29 25
Source: CBS.
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Table description

This table presents an overview of the number of establishments providing
overnight accommodation and the number of sleeping places in all such
establishments in the Netherlands. The figures can be broken
down by region, star rating and type of accommodation.

Data available from: 2000-2011

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No longer applicable.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

All types of establishments
Total of all accommodation establishments
'Hotels/boarding houses/youth accommodation', and 'Leisure
accommodation' ('Group accommodation', ' holiday parks', and
'Camp sites').
Number of accommodation establishments
Hotels/boarding houses/youth hostels
Hotel: an establishment providing overnight accommodation that can be
booked per night and which may provide meals, snacks and beverages
to guests and non-guests. A guest is a person staying in the hotel
overnight, a non-guest is someone who is not staying in the hotel.
Boarding house: an establishment providing mainly overnight
accommodation that cannot be booked per night, and which may
provide meals, snacks and beverages to guests but not to non-guests.
The essential difference between a hotel and a boarding house is
that a hotel does provide food and drink for non-guests, while a boarding
house does not.
Youth accommodation comprises youth hotels and hostels (with mainly
young guests) and accommodation for groups at farms, camps, large
holiday homes, children's holiday homes, nature camps, stables and
sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.
Apartments with hotel services belong to the category hotels, boarding
houses and youth accommodation, and the establishment itself
determines whether it is hotel or a boarding house.
Number of accommodation establishments
Leisure accommodation
These are establishments in the Netherlands that provide accommodation
of one of the following types:
- camp sites
- holiday parks
- group accommodation
The term group accommodation includes accommodation for groups at
farms, camps, large holiday homes, children's holiday homes, nature
camps, stables and sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.
Number of accommodation establishments
Camp sites
A camp site is an area with at least one washroom and toilet facilities
where people can stay overnight in tents, touring and on-site caravans,
camper vans, and cabins.
Number of establishments
Holiday parks
A holiday park is an area with a number of holiday homes, chalets,
apartments, which are mainly rented out by the park management.
Apartments rented with hotel services (see hotels) are not included in
holiday parks but as hotels. Apartments rented without hotel services,
which are often located in a larger building, are included under holiday
parks.
Number of establishments on 1 January
Group accommodation
Accommodation providing lodging mainly to groups (not families), with
sleeping-places in rooms, dormitories, holiday chalets, cabins,
apartments or tents which guests may have to share with strangers. The
term 'group accommodation' includes accommodation for groups at farms,
camps, large holiday homes, children's holiday homes, nature camps,
stables and sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.
Number of establishments on 1 January