Canary Islands weekly reservation

Canary Islands hotel bookings stabilize.

Canary Islands hotel bookings.

After two weeks when hotel bookings dropped by 19% and 40%, weekly reservations stabilized for the Canary Islands last week.

The islands have had a rollercoaster month.  The good news of Germany and the UK lifting travel restrictions were quickly followed by the UK lockdown.

Weekly hotel reservations in comparison to the previous week

Week 09th of November to the 15th of November. Hotel reservations processed by TravelgateX.

The Canary Islands up 4.6%. 

Valencian region up 16.8%.

Catalu√Īa up 13.1%.¬†

Andalucía up 12.9%.

Madrid up 7.2%.

Balearic islands down 3.4%.

Hotel reservations for the Canary Islands grew by 4.6% on the previous week. 

The Valencian region did the best with bookings up 16.8%.  The Balearic Islands were the only key region where weekly hotel reservations dropped.

The week also included the start of the law requiring a negative covid test before entering registered accommodation.  This started on the 14th of November in the Canary Islands.  

A negative covid test will be needed on arrival for all of Spain on the 23rd of Nov. 

Canary Islands hotel bookings.

Weekly Hotel reservations made in comparison to the same week in 2019. 


Week 09th of November to the 15th of November. Hotel reservations processed by TravelgateX. 

The Canary Islands down 64%.

Valencian region down 71%.

Balearic islands down 76%. 

Andalucía down 82%.

Catalu√Īa down¬†85%.

Madrid down 85%.

The critical winter season has begun in the Canary Islands.  Looking at how reservations did last week v the same week last year will give us a better understanding of where the islands are. 

Hotel reservations for the Canary Islands were down 64% last week v the same week last year.   It was a bit better than the previous week when year on year weekly bookings were down 70%.

Regions share of reservations processed by TravelgateX 26th to 01st November. 

The Canary Islands 27%.

Andalucía 13%.

Valencian region 10%.

Madrid 10%.


Balearic islands 6%. 

The Canary Islands received 27% of all Hotel reservations made for Spain last week on the Travelgatex reservations system.  The next best was Andalusia at 13%. 

Overall in Spain, 42% of all reservations were for 1 night mostly from the domestic market. 36% of hotel reservations were for between 2 and 5 nights. 

For more about the Canary Islands click here. 


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