The forecasts of the Hotel Business Federation of Mallorca (FEHM) have been improved by six points as far as bookings in the island’s hotels during Easter Week are concerned. From the 70% initially forecast, the figure has reached 76%.

The occupancy of hotels in Mallorca during Easter Week has improved by six points the forecasts made by the Hotel Business Federation of Mallorca (FEHM), which predicted 70%, and has finally reached 76%.

As the association explained in a press release, eight out of ten hotels on the island were open at Easter, three points more than in 2022 and 11 points more than in 2019.hotel

The average occupancy rate was around 76%, with Cala Millor, Sóller, Cala Major in Palma and Peguera reaching 85%.

In Camp de Mar and Santa Ponça, 80% occupancy was recorded. In Cala d’Or, 78%; in Platja de Muro, 77%; in Palmanova-Magaluf, 76%; in Platja de Palma, Illetes and Portals Nous, 75%; and in Capdepera, 72%.

The German market has topped the volume of bookings, followed by the national and British markets. The Swiss, Nordic and French markets continue their growth trend.

As far as booking channels are concerned, the main one continues to be tour operators, followed by direct booking.

The FEHM highlights that 90% of bookings choose half board, followed by bed and breakfast, or accommodation only. 10% choose full board and all-inclusive.