Pentecost weekend bookings rose 15% from pre-pandemic level

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On the occasion of this year's long Pentecost weekend, the number of bookings increased by 15% compared to 2019, while the number of guest nights increased by 21%, according to szallas.hu data.

Guests paid an average of 38% more per person per night than in 2019, and the total gross value of bookings placed on the portal increased 67%.

"This can only be partly explained by the price increase, as the need for a larger number of people, a longer stay with a holiday and a higher standard also increase the value of the basket, which also had a positive effect on the total value of bookings," said József Szigetvári, CEO of Szállás Group.

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