Las Vegas slowly reaching pre-pandemic levels

 Thursday, March 30, 2023 


Above 3 million tourists came to Las Vegas in the month of February, with the city continuing to move slowly and nearer to the visitation numbers witnessed prior to the pandemic.

That tourist capacity went up almost 18% compared to February in 2022, as stated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority concerning tourism pointers from last month.

The visitation aggregate is also near enough to the levels before the pandemic. Last month’s figure has dropped only 3.4% compared to February 2019, when there were approximately 3.2 million tourists dropping in Las Vegas.

Occupancy level in hotels also increased to 82.2%, marking an upsurge of almost 13% compared to 2022.

However, it has declined 4.8% compared to three years before.

Midweek hotel residency is getting better, with conventions and expos continuing to get stronger, advancing by 78.8%.

This is an improvement of around 18% compared to February last year and dropping 5.8% compared to February 2019.

The average everyday rate of rooms also continues to rise.

Last month’s charge averaged $176.64, increasing from $149.52 from a year before and $130.06 in 2019.

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