Danes spend holidays in Denmark

The hottest July in recent memory brings success for Danish inns and hotels

'This has been the best July ever,' says Jørgen Christensen, head of the national association of Danish Inns and Hotels.

Excellent summer weather has provided a major boost for Danish inns and hotels, both on the coasts and in the larger cities.

Danes are especially taking small three-four day holidays within Denmark, while Norwegians have also been a big part of the Danish tourist boom. Compared to last year, Danish Inns and Hotels has experienced a 40 percent increase in customers.

'Our Danish customers tend to be booking on shorter and shorter notice, which means that they don't stay particularly long at a place. On the other hand, they're using more money during that period.'

Peter Madsen, director of Hotel Fjordgården in Ringkøbing, believes that this year's good weather is a big plus for next year's holiday season: 'The good summer means that many Danes won't travel abroad next year. We need to emphasise that it's less expensive to holiday here at home, and that you can have a pleasant vacation of high quality.'

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