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Signs of green shoots for hotel sector in Spain

According to the latest report from the Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodation in Spain (CEHAT), in the month of February there was a rise in overnight stays of 5.4 percent across the hotels in Spain when compared to the same month in 2010. On the other hand the performance data show that there were not many hotels in Spain which improved their results in relation to income, the only exception being the hotels in Seville.

Four and five star hotels in Seville increased their occupation levels by some 9.1 percent in February, while RevPAR (revenue per available room) rose by a very healthy 26.9 percent. The RevPAR  indicator is a very important ratio used in the hospitality industry in order to gauge the financial performance of a hotel and it is used to measure the approximate average revenue per day achieved from each of its hotel rooms over a given period. According to the study from CEHAT, the RevPAR of four and five star hotels in Seville came to €43.05 during February. The hotels in Seville were the only ones that showed an improvement across the board in the comparison of four of the main cities in Spain. Along with Seville, only the five star hotels in ...Click to read more about Seville Hotels

Hotels in Seville for Easter

One of the most popular places in Spain to celebrate Easter is Seville. This year the Easter festivals in the city, which are among the most famous in all of Spain, will run from 17th to 24th April. To fully appreciate the Easter experience in Seville it is worth visiting places of interest in advance of the processions in order to take in the preparations for Holy Week and to contemplate and admire the architecture of the churches and the beauty of the gardens of the Alcazar.

For those who decide to visit this amazing Spanish city during Easter and are looking for the best accommodation available then finding and booking a hotel in plenty of time is a must. As many tourists flock to Seville to participate in this important religious holiday accommodation can be more difficult to find here during the Easter break than in other parts of Spain.

Once in Seville guests will be able to immerse themselves in the local traditions and take part in one of the most popular customs of Seville on Palm Sunday which is visiting all the churches from where the religious processions start. On Easter Sunday the streets are filled with the aroma of orange blossoms and incense as well as ...Click to read more about Seville Hotels