In this holiday season hotel occupancy in the city is close to 80% and is expected to reach 90% in the coming days, with mostly national and European tourism.
The Holy Week vacations officially began on Saturday 24 and will last 15 days, until Sunday, April 8.
Meanwhile, the hotels and hostels are full with tourists who stay for a few days. According to the receptionists of several lodging centers, they began to receive reservations since January.
“We currently have an occupation of 90%, because we only have 9 vacancies of a total of 90 rooms, Valladolid is having one of its years in terms of tourism” said Enrique Orozco, reservations manager of the ” Hotel del Marqués “.
“It is likely that in the next few days the occupation will decrease down to 70%, but then it will rise again due to the arrival of large groups, as it happened last year,” he added.
The hotel manager mentioned that during the Easter holidays, many European people come to Valladolid, mostly French.
Other lodging centers, such as AirBnB, hostels and hotels, register good occupation.
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