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Sorea foreign guests up 16 per cent

SLOVAKIA's largest hotel group, Sorea Bratislava, has released preliminary results of Sk20 million in profit on Sk520 million in income for 2001. According to company representatives, this is an overall increase of 6.9 per cent from last year. The number of foreign guests jumped by 16 per cent to nearly 79,000. In total, 164,000 clients spent 701,000 nights in Sorea facilities last year.

The busiest time for the hotel group, said company spokesperson Viliam Kral, was in August, when capacity reached 88.2 per cent. Both July and September saw capacities at around 72 per cent, and average capacity over the year was 58.8 per cent.

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