In October 2021, the occupancy rate for five-star hotel rooms in Indonesia is only 45.62%. This figure is up 8.14% over the same period last year.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Room Occupancy Rate (TPK) aka hotel occupancy in Indonesia, is still relatively low. According to data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), Thursday (2/12/2021), the occupancy of five-star hotels in Indonesia during October 2021 was only 45.62%.
This figure is still better than hotel occupancy in the same period last October 2020. The increase reached 8.14%.
The province with the highest hotel occupancy rate in Indonesia is East Kalimantan at 62.4%. Followed by DI Yogyakarta province with 61.65% and South Sumatra with 59.25%.
Bali, which has been known as a magnet that brings millions of tourists, actually has the lowest hotel occupancy rate in Indonesia, which is only 17.73%.
West Papua is the province in Indonesia that experienced the highest increase in hotel occupancy, reaching 18.73%. Meanwhile, the lowest hotel occupancy increase in Indonesia was recorded in South Kalimantan at 1.03%.
Besides the increase, several provinces actually experienced a decrease in hotel occupancy rates. The highest decline was recorded in Bengkulu province, which was 7.58 points. Meanwhile, the lowest decline was recorded in Lampung province at 0.95 percent.
When compared to hotel occupancy in the previous month, namely September 2021, hotel occupancy in October 2021 experienced a fairly notable increase, which was 8.98%.
The highest increase in occupancy occurred in the province of DI Yogyakarta by 20.52%. Meanwhile, the lowest occupancy increase was recorded in Maluku province at 0.05%.
Based on the stars, the highest hotel occupancy was recorded at 4-star hotels at 48.10%. While the lowest hotel occupancy is in 1-star hotels with 25.98%.