France 2012 Hotel Occupancy Rate, Overnight Stays

Following is a table showing 2012 occupancy rate and overnight stays in hotels and campsites from the French Statistics Office in Paris:

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               Occupancy    Change    Nights Occupancy    Change     Nights
                    Rate in points  % Change      Rate in points   % Change
                    2012       YoY       YoY      2012       YoY        YoY
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               ----------- Hotels ----------  --------- Campsites ---------
Total              60.3%      -0.7      0.0%     35.5%      -0.3      -1.0%
 Classified        61.1%      -1.0      1.1%     37.8%      -0.5      -0.6%
  1 star           64.4%      -1.5      1.0%     27.6%      -0.8      -1.9%
  2 stars          56.3%      -0.8      1.6%     30.2%      -0.2       0.0%
  3 stars          61.3%      -1.0      1.2%     35.5%       0.1       1.4%
  4 stars          64.4%      -1.0      0.2%     42.3%      -1.2      -1.7%
  5 stars          64.6%      -0.1      1.7%     50.5%      -1.3      -3.4%
 Unclassified      57.9%      -0.2     -2.9%     28.5%       0.0      -2.8%

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                   Stay*  % Change    Nights   ------- YoY % Change -------
                 in days       YoY    in mln     Total Residents Foreigners
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Hotels, 2012         1.8      0.3%     198.4      0.0%     -1.4%       2.8%
Hotels and campsites
 Season 2012**       2.8     -0.3%     207.8     -0.9%     -2.0%       1.0%
 Hotels              1.9      0.2%     102.1     -0.9%     -2.4%       1.7%
 Campsites           5.4     -1.7%     105.7     -1.0%     -1.7%       0.3%
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NOTE: * = Average length of stay.
     ** = Season from May until September.
     Nights are the total number of nights spent by customers.
     A couple staying three consecutive nights in a hotel account for
     six nights, as well as six people staying one night each.

SOURCE: INSEE-Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques
        (French Statistics Office)
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