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Tourism Waitaki and Destination Great Lake Taupō both saw guest nights in their areas lift more than 30% in September 2023.
International guest nights in New Plymouth rose to 6,900 in September 2023, up 213.6% from the same month last year, according to the latest figures from the Accommodation Data Programme.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup boosted visitor arrivals and spending from the US market, according to accommodation and card spending data from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Domestic and international card spending in May 2023 both exceeded pre-Covid 2019 by more than 13%, according to the latest TECTS data.
Tourism accommodation providers hosted 3.8 million guest nights in December 2022, just 9.1% down from 4.2 million during the same month in pre-Covid 2018.
Hotel guest nights across New Zealand in October 2022 surpassed the million mark for the first time since the pandemic started.
Total guest nights reached 3.1 million in October 2022, or 93% of the level reported for the same month in pre-Covid 2018, according to the latest Accommodation Data Programme.
A bumper ski season and the open border helps Queenstown lead occupancy in August.
International guest nights across NZ increased 135% in July, with southern regions benefitting.
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Guest nights nationwide for the month of January 2022 fell to 3.5 million, down 10% on the same month last year, according to the latest Accommodation Data Programme figures.
Occupancy rates in December at accommodation types nationwide improved to 34.2% for the month continuing an uptrend that started last month, according to Accommodation Data Programme (ADP) results.
The occupancy rate for the year to October was 39%, with 94% coming from domestic guest nights.
Occupancy rates in September at accommodation types nationwide were down to 21.2% for the month despite a move to level 2 outside Auckland, marking another record low since the Accommodation Data Programme (ADP) began in mid-2020.
Hotels recorded occupancy for the month of just 38% – the best of all accommodation types.
But average occupancy in the year to July 2021 across all commercial accommodation types was only 42%.
Around 11% of core tourism accommodation properties were closed or had no guests during June due to a combination of seasonal closures and the effects of Covid-19 on guest numbers.
Fiordland recorded the lowest occupancy nationally, with 16.8%, down from 27.8% in April.
Hotel guest nights beat holiday parks and campgrounds for the first time in several months.
Manawatū was the top performer for the month seeing occupancy rise to 60%.
Campgrounds helped drive occupancy up across the country, according to the Accommodation Data Programme.
A Christmas bump saw Hawke’s Bay regional tourism organisation area top occupancy across all accommodation types in December, knocking Wellington from the top of the table.
The Wellington, Manawatu and Waikato regional tourism organisation areas topped occupancy across all accommodation types in October, according to the latest Accommodation Data Programme figures.
The Wellington regional tourism organisation area topped occupancy across all accommodation types in September for the second month in a row, according to the latest Accommodation Data Programme figures.
Holiday parks reported the only month-on-month growth with 358,700 guest nights, up 11.1% on August 2019.
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