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La Cabana ends 2004 on an average occupancy of 66.9 percent for the year

La Cabana All Suite Beach Resort in Aruba ended 2004 on an extremely high note as the property posted an average occupancy of 66.9 percent for the year (with a peak of 74.2 percent in September).Ê

ÊIn addition to reflecting the highest percentage since pre-2001, the 2004 occupancy figure is in line with La Cabana’s continued steady rise in the number of hotel guests.Ê Average occupancies for the past few years are as follows:Ê60.6 percent in 2001, 62.9 percent in 2002 and 65.5 percent in 2003.

“We attribute this steady increase in occupancy to La Cabana’s tremendous value-for-money,” said Albert Lacle, the resort’s director of sales and marketing.Ê“At La Cabana, you get a spacious suite for the price of a room plus the opportunity to experience an exceptional array of facilities and dining options,” Lacle added.

“When you combine our value-for-money with increased promotions to the consumer to raise awareness of La Cabana, Aruba’s attractiveness and enhanced air service to the island, it’s easy to see why we’ve enjoyed such success,” noted Lacle.