Melia Hotels' CEO has summer bookings in Spain in 2023 are 30% higher than in 2019.
Melia Hotels International's chief executive Gabriel Escarrer says:
- SUMMER BOOKINGS IN SPAIN IN 2023 30% HIGHER THAN IN 2019
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Melia Hotels International's Gabriel Escarrer says:
- COMPANY OPERATES RECORD 110,000 ROOMS AROUND THE WORLD
- MELIA'S HOTEL OCCUPANCY IN CHINA AT HIGHEST EVER
- COMPANY TO ADD CAPACITY IN VIETNAM, SPAIN, ITALY, CUBA, SEYCHELLES, MONTENEGRO, TO START OPERATING IN ALBANIA, TANZANIA IN 2023
Melia Hotels Posts 46% Revenue Jump On Higher Rates, Bookings
The above news follows news from last month that Spanish chain Melia Hotels International on Thursday 11 May reported a 46% jump in revenue for the first quarter, slightly topping pre-pandemic levels, and forecast better sales for the summer as resort bookings were 30% higher than in 2019.
Total revenue in the quarter stood at €396 million, up from 271 million a year earlier, when the tourism sector was still affected by COVID-19 restrictions, and about 1% higher than before the pandemic.
The Mallorca-based group's net attributable loss dwindled to around €500,000 from €59.3 million in the same period last year. Melia ended last year with a profit after two years of pandemic-induced losses.