Hotels in the Dominican Republic Maintain High Occupancy Rates
During January-July 2015 hotels in the Dominican Republic maintained healthy 80.1% occupancy rate, averaging a higher rate that the numbers registered during the same time period in 2014, reported at 79.8%.
Occupation in the Punta Cana-Bavaro region registered at 87.3%; in La Romana-Bayahibe (both on the country’s eastern region), occupancy was 86.6%.
In the Boca Chica-Juan Dolio areas, situated east of Santo Domingo, the capital city, hotels reported 66.6% occupancy.
Hotels in the Dominican capital reported a healthy 64.7% occupancy rate.
In Samana, on the country’s northeast region, occupancy jumped from 78.1% in 2014 to 83.2% during January-July 2015.
And in Puerto Plata, the north coast’s most important tourism destination, occupancy levels jumped from 66.2% to 67.3%.
Occupancy in the Sosua-Cabarete area, also on the north coast, experienced a significant jump, going from 55.4% in 2014 to 61.3% in 2015.
In Santiago, the country’s second largest city, occupancy rates went from 56.6% to 59.9% this year.
Source: Access DR
Sep 3, 2015
Category: DR News |