The hotels in Huelva foresee an occupancy of 94.44% on the May 1 bridge
The Provincial Association of Hotels of Huelva (Aphh)a member of the Círculo Empresarial de Turismo (CETH), places the average occupancy obtained for this bridge 94.44% of the available placesaccording to the survey on hotel occupancy and tourist accommodation carried out for this period by the tourist employers of the province.
As indicated in a press release, the factors that have come together at this time, high temperatures, festive bridge, end of the April Fair, celebration of sporting events, together with the high occupations maintained by both the golf segment and the Imserso program during these first months of the year, “has turned out to be a perfect cocktail to enable the province of Huelva stands out from all the Andalusian destinations in terms of occupancy of the available places, where the Andalusian average stands at 85.62%”.
In this way, he underlines that “again the province is in first place in percentage terms, not in available places, compared to the rest of the Andalusian provinces”, since he has highlighted that the highest concentrations of employment occur during the weekend “where many establishments have posted the full sign.” In terms of the average of the four nights available, the estimated occupancy is at an average valued “very positively” by the sector.
By destinations, the distribution of occupancy forecasts are 92.16% on the East Coast; 88.35% in Huelva capital; 96.11% in Punta Umbría and Cartaya, 92.64% in Lepe and Isla Cristina; 94.39% in Ayamonte and 82.54% in the inland destination.
Likewise, the sector has indicated that “despite this good news” the modifications proposed by Renfe regarding the connectivity of the province by rail during the summer period are viewed “with suspicion and concern”.
Thus, it has stated that “it is not an acceptable service” and that it “significantly damages the image of the sector”, in such a way that it considers that “as long as the arrival of the AVE is finalized, it is essential to solve the serious problems existing in the current train service.
The Provincial Association of Hotels, established in 1988, represents a total of establishments that together account for 91.12% of the accommodation capacity of the Huelva province. Likewise, it holds the exclusive representation in the province of Huelva of the Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations (CEHAT) and the Andalusian Federation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations (FAHAT) and is the “only” association that represents the sector of accommodation in the negotiation of the provincial collective agreement.