Oman’s hotel revenues exceed RO 24 Million by the end of January 2024 

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Oman’s hotel revenues surge by 17.1% to RO 24.7mln in Jan 2024

Muscat: The revenues of 3-5-star hotels in Oman stood at RO 24,751 million at the end of January 2024, up by 17.1% compared to the same period in 2023.

Statistics issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) show that the total number of hotel guests rose by 20.5% to 215,660 by the end of January 2024, compared to 178,945 during the corresponding period in 2023.

Meanwhile, hotel occupancy rate registered a growth of 16.2%. According to the NCSI report, among the nationalities, Omanis topped the number of guests in hotels, with their numbers reaching 75,219.

Meanwhile, 73,325 were European guests (an increase of 17.9%), and 27,191 were Asian guests (up by 27.8%).

The number of guests from the GCC countries increased by 10.5% to 11,961 and the number of American guests reached 7,231.

The number of guests from Oceanian countries rose by 4% to 3,877 and those from African countries rose by 38.8% to reach 1,148.   -ONA

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