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February 2024 Sees Aruba’s Tourism Triumph with Record-breaking Results

February 2024 Sees Aruba’s Tourism Triumph with Record-breaking Results

Discovering Aruba’s Unprecedented Tourism Success in February 2024

Aruba, renowned for its stunning beaches and vibrant culture, celebrated a remarkable surge in tourism during February 2024. The latest data from the Aruba Hotel & Tourism Association (AHATA) revealed record-breaking levels of occupancy and revenue per available room (RevPAR), showcasing the island’s resilience and appeal to travelers.

Tisa LaSorte, AHATA’s President & CEO, shared the exciting news, highlighting February as the standout month of the year, demonstrating Aruba’s enduring popularity as a top travel destination.

February 2024 Highlights

Occupancy: Aruba experienced an impressive 91% occupancy rate, marking a significant 9% increase from the same period in 2023. While just 1% shy of 2019 figures, this surge in occupancy reflects a strong recovery and renewed interest in visiting the island.

Average Daily Rate (ADR): The average rate per room sold reached $441.42 in February 2024, showing a promising 4% growth compared to the previous year. This upward trend suggests growing confidence among travelers and a willingness to invest in quality experiences on the island.

Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR): A key indicator of financial performance, RevPAR soared to $400.93, signaling a remarkable 13% increase from 2023 and an impressive 19% surge from 2019. This growth underscores the resilience of Aruba’s hospitality industry and its ability to thrive despite challenges.

January – February 2024 Overview

The positive momentum continued into the first two months of the year, with January and February collectively witnessing an average occupancy rate of 88%, a commendable 6% increase from 2023. Though slightly below 2019 figures, this sustained growth sets a promising tone for the year ahead.

Projection and Optimism

Looking ahead, AHATA projects an average hotel occupancy of 90% for March, 85% for April, and 77% for May, indicating sustained momentum. Furthermore, the overall expectation for 2024 is an average occupancy of 80.7%, reflecting a promising 3% increase over 2023 and a resilient recovery despite global challenges.

Aruba’s tourism industry is thriving with vigor, driven by its natural beauty, warm hospitality, and forward-thinking approach to tourism. As travelers rediscover the joy of exploration, Aruba remains a beacon of hope and inspiration, inviting visitors to experience the magic of the One Happy Island firsthand.



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