Overnight accomm.;capacity and nights spend by country of residence '77-'10

Overnight accomm.;capacity and nights spend by country of residence '77-'10

Periods All types of establishments Total sleeping-places (x 1000) All types of establishments Nights spent by guests from All countries (x 1000) Hotels/boarding houses/youth hostels Sleeping-places (x 1000) Hotels/boarding houses/youth hostels Nights spent by guests from All countries (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Sleeping-places Total sleeping-places (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Sleeping-places On camp sites (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Sleeping-places On holiday parks (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Sleeping-places In group accommodation (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Nights spent by guests from Total nights spent (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Nights spent by guests from On holiday parks Total nights spent (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Nights spent by guests from On camp sites Total nights spent (x 1000) Leisure accommodation Nights spent by guests from In group accommodation Total nights spent (x 1000)
2001 1,143 80,475 174 28,563 968 721 185 62 51,912 27,866 20,419 3,627
2002 1,151 82,371 177 28,515 974 724 194 56 53,857 28,171 21,468 4,217
2003 1,151 81,206 180 27,182 971 717 197 57 54,024 26,796 23,146 4,081
2004 1,176 80,903 190 28,377 986 723 205 59 52,526 25,934 22,509 4,083
2005 1,190 80,161 192 29,519 998 728 212 57 50,642 24,468 22,117 4,057
2006 1,187 83,943 192 31,759 995 724 215 57 52,184 26,813 21,250 4,120
2007 1,212 88,267 200 34,159 1,012 736 220 56 54,109 29,283 20,823 4,002
2008 1,203 84,452 199 32,619 1,004 736 216 53 51,834 29,174 18,811 3,848
2009 1,204 84,516 204 31,481 1,001 723 227 51 53,035 29,051 20,085 3,899
2010 1,203 84,873 212 33,708 991 716 224 50 51,166 27,994 19,297 3,874
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table presents information about the number of overnight
accommodation, the number of guests and the number of nights
they spent in the establishments. The figures can be broken
down by type of accommodation.

Data available from: 1977-2010

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No longer applicable.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

All types of establishments
Total of all accommodation establishments
'Hotels/boarding houses/youth accommodation', and 'leisure
accommodation' ('Group accommodation', ' holiday parks', and
'Camp sites').
Total sleeping-places
Sleeping-places in all types of accommodation establishments:
'Hotels/boarding houses/youth accommodation', and 'Leisure
accommodation' ('Group accommodation', ' holiday parks', and
'Camp sites').
Sleeping-places in cottages or holiday homes that are rented a holiday
for more than two months are included until 1988. In the
following years they are excluded.
Nights spent by guests from
Every night that a guest spends in an overnight accommodation (excluding
permanent guests who stay longer than 2 months)
All countries
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.
Youth accommodation are included from 1998. Until then youth
accommodation was categorised as a group accommodation.
Sleeping-places
In a hotel and boarding houses all single beds are counted as one
sleeping-place All double bed are counted as two sleeping-places.
Occasional beds and beds in annexes are not included.
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
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.
Until 1998 youth hotels and youth hostels are counted as
group accommodation establishments. From 1998 they are categorised
as a hotel. Until 1987 the figures cover only the summer
season i.e. the months April to September, from 1987 they cover all
months of the year.
Sleeping-places
In holiday parks and group accommodation establishments all single beds
are counted as one sleeping-place and double beds as two sleeping
places. Sleeping-places in permently hired cottages or holidayhomes
are not included.
On campsites a pitch counts for five sleeping-places. Until 1998
this was four sleeping-places. Sleeping-places on fixed pitches are
not included.
Total sleeping-places
On camp sites
A camp site is (part of) an area with at least sanitary facilities,
on which paying guests can spend the night in tents, caravans,
campers, cottages and hiker's cabins.
On holiday parks
A holiday park consists of a number of summer cottages, holiday cottages
and holiday apartments, in as far as these are predominantly available for
rent by the owner or the manager of the park.
Holiday apartments with hotel services are categorised as (apartment)
hotels and not as holiday parks.
In 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.
Until 1998 group accommodation also includes youth
accommodation. From 1998 youth accommodations are categorised as hotels.
Nights spent by guests from
Each night a guest spends in a leisure accommodation, as far as this is
not a permanent guest in a cottage or a fixed pitch on a campsite.
Total nights spent
On holiday parks
A holiday park consists of a number of summer cottages, holiday cottages
and holiday apartments, in as far as these are predominantly available for
rent by the owner or the manager of the park.
Holiday apartments with hotel services are categorised as (apartment)
hotels and not as holiday parks.
Total nights spent
On camp sites
A camp site is (part of) an area with at least sanitary facilities,
on which paying guests can spend the night in tents, caravans,
campers, cottages and hiker's cabins.
Total nights spent
In 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.
Until 1998 group accommodation also includes youth
accommodation. From 1998 youth accommodations are categorised as hotels.
Total nights spent