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[NOTE: Regarding the monthly publication of Tourism data for the year 2021, the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM) maintains the model followed in the previous year, releasing an aggregate comprising the hotel sector, tourism in rural areas and all local accommodation, regardless of the number of beds. In turn, Statistics Portugal (INE), in its releasing, excludes local accommodation establishments with less than 10 beds, so in this press release, in “In Focus” (Em Foco) and in the tables published by DREM an overall total higher than that of INE is mentioned, regarding guests and overnight stays. For the variables occupancy rates, bedrooms, income and personnel costs, the values are coincident with those of INE because its calculation excludes the local accommodation below 10 beds.
This press release and its publication already present the final data for 2020. The annual publication is also made available today in excel format, although only partially since the data collection regarding time-share is not yet concluded. It will be made available in its entirety, including the usual result analysis, as soon as that information is available.]
In May 2021, the overnight stays in tourist accommodation establishments increased substantially when compared to the same month of the previous year
The estimates for May 2021 reveal that 52.8% of the tourist accommodation establishments in the Autonomous Region of Madeira had a guest flow (61.3% of the total tourist accommodation capacity). Analysing by segment, rural tourism had the highest percentage of establishments that had guests (73.0%), followed by Hotel establishments with 60.8% and local accommodation establishments with 51.5%.
In the month of reference, there was an estimated total of 206.9 thousand overnight stays in tourist accommodation in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, representing a very significant increase of 3,992.8% compared to the same month of the previous year (a month with an extremely low guest movement due to restrictive measures implemented under the COVID-19 pandemic). Despite this increase, the number of overnight stays did not reach 30% of the value of the bednights of May 2019. It should be noted that, excluding local accommodation under 10 beds, the overnight stays of tourist accommodation increased by 5 782.5% compared to May 2020, a higher percentage than that observed in the country, which was 687.7%. The total income and income from accommodation increased at a higher proportion than overnight stays (13,725.6% and 9,180.3%), standing at 11.1 and 7.1 million euros. respectively. In May 2019, in the same order, the total income and income from accommodation were 38.5 and 25.6 thousand euros. In the country, in the reference month, total income and income from accommodation registered, positive changes of 1 213.7% and 1 009.1%,
Hotel establishments concentrated 70.4% of overnight stays, growing by 7,526.1% year-on-year. Noteworthy is the fact that in May of the previous year, this segment kept only 2.6% of establishments open, resulting in a negligible amount of 1.9 thousand overnight stays. In turn, local lodging recorded an increase of 1 610.7%, comprising 25.8% of total overnight stays, while tourism in rural and residential areas registered 8.0 thousand overnight stays this month (almost all establishments in this segment were closed in May 2020).
From January to May 2021, the overnight stays in the total tourism accommodation in the Region registered a decrease of 59.2% compared to the same period of last year, reaching 592.9 thousand, while the total income and room nights registered falls of 59.7% and 61.1%, respectively.
In the main markets, there were quite significant increases when compared to the same period of the previous year, explained by the pandemic situation. The British market grew by 24 798.0%, followed by the French market (+21 037.3%) and the German market (+4 641.0%). The Portuguese market registered, compared to May 2020, +1 990.2% of overnight stays in 2021. Year to date (from January to May 2021), the British market continued to register the biggest drop, with -86.4% of overnight stays, followed by the German and French markets, with decreases of 68.9% and 53.2%, respectively. The Portuguese market presented, unlike other markets and for the same period, a very significant growth, of 30.0%, compared to the same period of the previous year.
The average stay in May decreased when compared to the same month of last year (4.81 nights), to 4.12 nights.
The tourism accommodation bed occupancy rate in May reached 23.8%, growing by 11.5 percentage points (p.p.) over the same month of the previous year. In turn, the room occupancy rate reached 26.6%. In 2019, these rates were 61.2% and 68.9%, respectively.
In May 2021, the average income per room (RevPAR) was around 20.03 euros in all tourist accommodation (excluding local accommodation below 10 beds), +192.7% compared to the same month of the previous year and +45.5% compared to in the previous month. If we compare with the values of May 2019, the value of RevPar continues to register significantly low values, with a fall of 59.9% (49.98 euros in May 2019).
In turn, the revenue per room used (ADR) increased from EUR 42.57 in May 2020 to EUR 75.34 in May 2021 (+77.0%).
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