Oman hotel revenue up 26.6% to RO 204mn

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Hotel revenues increased by 26.6% in Oman by November 2023

Muscat: The revenues of hotels with a classification of (3-5) stars in the Sultanate of Oman amounted to about RO 204.187 million at the end of November 2023, compared to RO 161.252 million at the end of November 2022, an increase of 26.6 percent, according to the statistics issued by the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI).

The total number of hotel guests also increased by 30.3 percent, reaching about 1,883,993 guests by the end of November 2023, compared to 1,446,189 guests in the same period in 2022, while the occupancy rate recorded a growth of 9 percent.

Statistics showed that the number of Omani guests reached 716,585, an increase of 11.3 percent, while the number of Gulf guests also increased by 27.9 percent, reaching 185,671.

The number of European guests increased by 47.1 percent to reach 447,033 guests. Statistics indicate that the number of American guests reached 52,021, while the number of inmates from the African continent reached 10,588, with a growth rate of 35.6 percent.

The number of Asian guests also increased by 41.8 percent to reach 270,320 inmates, and Oceania visitors, 40,188, with an increase of 165.4 percent.


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