Slovene Spas See More Guests in May

Ljubljana, 8 June - The number of overnight stays at Slovene spas rose by 1.4 percent in May compared to April. The average stay period also increased from 4.7 to 5.7 days. This continued the favourable trend that started during Easter and Labour Day holidays. Hotels at health resorts were booked 64.6 percent, which was by 1.6 percentage point more than in May 1999, the association of Slovene health resorts reported.

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