Jordan occupancy rates rise

14 June 2010

The number of guests in Jordan's rated hotels rose by 23% to 555,210 in the January-April period, up from 450,253 in the corresponding period in 2009, Jordan Times has reported. Revenues generated at tourist sites also rose from JD5.465m ($7.6m) in the first quarter of 2009 to JD7.778m in the first four months of the year. Overall tourism revenues in the first quarter rose 32% to JD700m compared to JD531m last year, the data showed.

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