Glossary:Collective tourist accommodation establishment
From Statistics Explained
A collective tourist accommodation establishment is an accommodation establishment providing overnight lodging for the traveller in a room or some other unit, with the number of places provided greater than a specified minimum for groups of persons exceeding a single family unit. In addition, all the places in the establishment must come under a common commercial-type management, even if the establishment is non-profit-making.
Collective tourist accommodation establishments include:
- hotels and similar establishments;
- other collective accommodation establishments (such as holiday dwellings, tourist campsites, marinas, etc.);
- specialised establishments (health establishments, work and holiday camps, public means of transport and conference centres).