G20, graduation ceremonies help increase hotel occupancy: BPS
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The room occupancy rate of star hotels in Indonesia continues to increase in September 2022. According to statistics agency BPS, the increase is attributable to meetings such as the G20 summit in Bali, as well as ceremonies graduation from several universities.
The BPS reported that the hotel occupancy rate in September 2022 was 50.02%, up 2.64 points from August and 13.38 points from September 2021.
BPS Deputy for Distribution and Service Statistics Setianto said the average length of stay for hotel guests in September also increased in September 2022 to 1.64 from a year ago. year.
“One of the factors for the increased occupancy rate is that star hotels have been booked for meetings by service offices, local governments, as well as the G20 event in Bali and the ceremonies of graduation from several universities,” Setianto said at a press conference on Tuesday (November 1). 1.
He said the highest increase in occupancy rate was recorded in Bali with 36.99 points to 46.45% (year-on-year/year-on-year), followed by the Riau Islands with 18.64 points to 42, 61%, from Banten and East Java.
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