Overnight accommodation; guests, overnight stays, occupancy, key figures

Overnight accommodation; guests, overnight stays, occupancy, key figures

Periods Total overnight accommodation Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Total overnight accommodation Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000) Hotel/boarding house/youth hostel Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Hotel/boarding house/youth hostel Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Total Leisure accommodation Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Total Leisure accommodation Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Campsite Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Campsite Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Holiday park Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Holiday park Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Group accommodation Guests Foreign countries (x 1 000) Leisure accommodation Group accommodation Overnight stays Foreign countries (x 1 000)
2020 September 725 2,417 434 893 291 1,524 110 550 178 967 3 8
2020 October 287 996 175 352 112 643 29 185 82 455 1 4
2020 November 144 358 119 232 24 126 4 17 19 104 2 5
2020 December 123 301 107 208 16 93 1 5 14 83 1 4
2021 January* 114 234 97 162 17 73 2 5 14 65 2 2
2021 February* 135 340 90 165 45 176 2 4 42 170 2 2
2021 March* 126 279 106 193 19 86 3 6 15 77 2 2
2021 April* 142 358 110 205 32 153 9 42 22 109 2 2
2021 May* 268 628 207 373 61 256 26 111 34 141 1 3
2021 June* 441 1,254 301 587 140 667 66 307 73 356 2 4
2021 July* 924 3,348 551 1,178 373 2,170 135 803 230 1,322 7 45
2021 August* 896 2,978 609 1,353 287 1,625 120 642 159 950 7 34
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table presents an overview of the occupancy of accommodation and the number of guests and their overnight stays in the Netherlands in all hotels, motels, boarding houses, apartments with hotel services, youth accommodation and bed & breakfasts with at least 5 sleeping places, campsites with at least 4 pitches and holiday parks and group accommodation with at least 10 sleeping places. The figures can be broken down by type of accommodation.

Data available from: 2012

Status of the figures:
The figures for the reporting year 2021 are provisional figures. The figures until 2020 are final.

Changes as of 25 October 2021:
The figures for August 2021 have been added.

When will new figures be published?
Figures of a new month become available within three months after the end of that month, these are provisional figures. The figures for the complete year are revised one month after publication of the December figures, these are revised provisional figures. Two months later definite figures will be published.

Description topics

Total overnight accommodation
Total of all establishments providing overnight accommodation. These include hotels, motels, boarding houses, apartments with hotel services, youth accommodation, bed & breakfasts, campsites, holiday parks and group accommodation.

Hotel:
Tourist accommodation with at least 5 beds (usually in single or double rooms) on a night-to-night basis. Separate meals, snacks and drinks may be provided to guests as well as non-guests. A guest is someone who spends the night in the establishment. Other services provided are room service, daily bed-making and cleaning of sanitary facilities.

Motel:
Tourist accommodation at least 5 beds in with terraced rooms giving access to a car park place or common area, for guest accommodation on a night-to-night basis.

Boarding house:
Tourist accommodation with at least 5 beds (usually in single or double rooms) on a night-to-night basis. Separate meals, snacks and drinks can be provided only to guests who spent the night..
A threshold of at least 5 sleeping places is used.

Apartment with hotel services:
Apartment with at least 5 beds, providing cleaning and bed-making services during a stay

Youth accommodation:
Youth hotels and hostels with at least 5 beds.
A youth hotel is a hotel mainly for young guests providing sleeping facilities which do not have to be shared with others.
A youth hostel is an accommodation mainly for young guests providing sleeping facilities in dormitories that may have to be shared with others.

Bed & breakfast:
Private house with at least 5 beds for guests who can stay overnight and are given breakfast.

Campsite:
A campsite is an area where people can stay overnight in tents, touring and on-site caravans, camper vans and cabins.
A threshold of at least 4 camping pitches is used.

Holiday park:
An area with, holiday homes, cottages or apartments which are mainly rented out by the park management
Apartments with hotel services, are not included in holiday parks, but in hotels.
Apartments rented without hotel services, which are often part of a larger building, are included in holiday parks.
A threshold of at least 10 beds is used.

Group accommodation:
Accommodation providing lodging mainly for groups (not families), with at least 10 beds in rooms, dormitories , holiday chalets, cabin apartments or tents which guests may have to share with others.
The term ‘group accommodation’ includes:
- farms providing accommodation for groups on
- large holiday homes
- holiday camps
- nature camps
- stables
- sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.


Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.

Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Hotel/boarding house/youth hostel
Hotel, motel, boarding house, apartment with hotel services, youth accommodation or bed & breakfast.

Hotel:
Tourist accommodation with at least 5 beds (usually in single or double rooms) on a night-to-night basis. Separate meals, snacks and drinks may be provided to guests as well as non-guests. A guest is someone who spends the night in the establishment. Other services provided are room service, daily bed-making and cleaning of sanitary facilities.

Motel:
Tourist accommodation at least 5 beds in with terraced rooms giving access to a car park place or common area, for guest accommodation on a night-to-night basis.

Boarding house:
Tourist accommodation with at least 5 beds (usually in single or double rooms) on a night-to-night basis. Separate meals, snacks and drinks can be provided only to guests who spent the night..
A threshold of at least 5 sleeping places is used.

Apartment with hotel services:
Apartment with at least 5 beds, providing cleaning and bed-making services during a stay

Youth accommodation:
Youth hotels and hostels with at least 5 beds.
A youth hotel is a hotel mainly for young guests providing sleeping facilities which do not have to be shared with others.
A youth hostel is an accommodation mainly for young guests providing sleeping facilities in dormitories that may have to be shared with others.

Bed & breakfast:
Private house with at least 5 beds for guests who can stay overnight and are given breakfast.
Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Leisure accommodation
Campsites, holiday parks and group accommodation.

Campsite:
A campsite is an area where people can stay overnight in tents, touring and on-site caravans, camper vans and cabins.
A threshold of at least 4 camping pitches is used.

Holiday park:
An area with, holiday homes, cottages or apartments which are mainly rented out by the park management
Apartments with hotel services, are not included in holiday parks, but in hotels.
Apartments rented without hotel services, which are often part of a larger building, are included in holiday parks.
A threshold of at least 10 beds is used.

Group accommodation:
Accommodation providing lodging mainly for groups (not families), with at least 10 beds in rooms, dormitories , holiday chalets, cabin apartments or tents which guests may have to share with others.
The term ‘group accommodation’ includes:
- farms providing accommodation for groups on
- large holiday homes
- holiday camps
- nature camps
- stables
- sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.
Total Leisure accommodation
Campsites, holiday parks and group accommodation.

Campsite:
A campsite is an area where people can stay overnight in tents, touring and on-site caravans, camper vans and cabins.
A threshold of at least 4 camping pitches is used.

Holiday park:
An area with, holiday homes, cottages or apartments which are mainly rented out by the park management
Apartments with hotel services, are not included in holiday parks, but in hotels.
Apartments rented without hotel services, which are often part of a larger building, are included in holiday parks.
A threshold of at least 10 beds is used.

Group accommodation:
Accommodation providing lodging mainly for groups (not families), with at least 10 beds in rooms, dormitories , holiday chalets, cabin apartments or tents which guests may have to share with others.
The term ‘group accommodation’ includes:
- farms providing accommodation for groups on
- large holiday homes
- holiday camps
- nature camps
- stables
- sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.
Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Campsite
A campsite is an area where people can stay overnight in tents, touring and on-site caravans, camper vans and cabins.
A threshold of at least 4 camping pitches is used.

Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Holiday park
An area with, holiday homes, cottages or apartments which are mainly rented out by the park management
Apartments with hotel services, are not included in holiday parks, but in hotels.
Apartments rented without hotel services, which are often part of a larger building, are included in holiday parks.
A threshold of at least 10 beds is used.



Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Group accommodation
Accommodation providing lodging mainly for groups (not families), with at least 10 beds in rooms, dormitories , holiday chalets, cabin apartments or tents which guests may have to share with others.
The term ‘group accommodation’ includes:
- farms providing accommodation for groups on
- large holiday homes
- holiday camps
- nature camps
- stables
- sailing/outdoor adventure organisations.

Guests
A guest is a visitor who spends one or more consecutive nights in tourist accommodation. Guests do not include visitors who stay for more than two months. Asylum seekers and labour migrants are not included, even if they stay in accommodation for less than two months. Every month all tourists leaving in that month are counted, irrespective of the month in which they arrived. The same person may be counted more than once in the same accommodation or in different accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.
Overnight stays
Every night that a guest spends in a tourist accommodation.
Foreign countries
Foreign residents.