After the weekend MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix 2023It’s time to take stock. jerez de la frontera and the whole province Cadiz have entered something historical facts Contributed especially by the good weather and the festive day of May 1st, which led to the business of these people being recorded 94,06% as confirmed by the President catering industry, Antonio de Maria.
For hospitality employers in the province of Cádiz, these figures have been a reflection of a great job, pointing out that they are “unprecedented and historic”. Compared to 2022, the occupancy has increased by 8 points, something that has practically transformed into a full house from Sierra de San Lucas to Conil de la Frontera.
Antonio de Maria has reported that this year’s Motorcycle World Championship has “broken all records” with a huge influx of bikers who have taken part in the Jerez circuit – more than 163,479 people during the three days according to the Junta de Andalucia. – And around this layout.
To the weekend average in the province of Cádiz we have to add the Monday holiday for May 1, which has left the provincial average at 84.55% occupancy throughout the long weekend, a “satisfactory” data for Horeca.
“Good weather is present, which is fundamental and very important, and this means that the motorcycles come from anywhere in Spain and Portugal,” said the Horeca president, who pointed to the absence of wind and rain – as the exception. Along with a light shower on Saturday morning – leading to a large influx of people into the area and which has also benefited hoteliers.
“We have a lot of engagement on the terraces and campuses and therefore the satisfaction in the organization and the success of the sport”, he said.
Occupancy data in Jerez during the MotoGP Grand Prix
Notably, and according to actual data from Horeca, Jerez, the epicenter of the MotoGP World Championship, had an average occupancy rate of 98.19% and 99.78% on Friday and Saturday respectively, falling to 68% on Sunday and Monday, 1 May. ,
Occupancy on Saturday 29 April has fluctuated between 95.94% sanlukar almost 100% of Jerez, being only san fernando The only municipality which recorded data below 90% by adding 88.47%. However, the island city has improved its actual figures from 2022, when it had an occupancy of 80.78%.
On Sunday, April 30, the day before the national holiday, the province’s average occupancy rate was 86.02%, with Chiclana and Arcos being the busiest points, both exceeding 90%.
Specific, to grind has added 93.53% and Archos has added 90.31%. The data for the rest of the municipalities remained above around 81%, with the exception of Jerez and San Fernando, which reduced their occupancy to 68.61% and 69.69% respectively that day.