Hotel nights booked in Spain in November crash 84%

FAN Editor

December 22, 2020

MADRID (Reuters) – The number of nights booked by tourists in Spanish hotels fell 84% in November from the same month a year ago as coronavirus restrictions prevented many from travelling, data from the INE national statistics office showed on Tuesday.

The November data showed a slight deterioration from the 83% drop recorded in October.

(Reporting by Nathan Allen and Cristina Sanchez; Editing by Andrei Khalip)

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