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14.6% rise in Oman's hotel revenue

14.six% rise in Oman’s hotel income

However, hotel occupancy prices fell by two.7 per cent to attain 62.four per cent in January against 64.two per cent final year, according the most recent month-to-month statistics released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).

Meanwhile, the total quantity of guests in Omani hotels showed a substantial improve of six.9 per cent reaching 145,123 from 135,796 guests for the exact same period of 2018.

Europeans constituted the maximum quantity of guests (62,167) followed by Omanis (37,380), Asians (16,006) and GCC nationals (11,959) till the finish of January, the information released by NCSI revealed.

However, there was a drop in the quantity of American, Oceanian, and other Arab guests by 13.six per cent, 13.two per cent, and a single per cent to attain five,503, 1,769 and five,529 respectively. Omani hotels received 1.49mn guests and generated a total income of RO214.1mn in 2018.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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