Kazakhstan’s hotels grossed more than $384 million over the first nine months of 2023, a 36% increase compared to the same period in the previous year, the Kazakh Ministry of Tourism and Sports has reported. From January to September 2022, the country’s accommodation facilities had brought in $282.5, almost twice as much as pre-pandemic levels.
In total, there are more than 4,000 tourist accommodation facilities throughout Kazakhstan, including hotels, motels, boarding houses, campsites, and hostels.
The acting Chairman of the Tourism Industry Committee at the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, Nurtas Karipbaev said, “The committee will continue to work to create comfortable conditions for guests, expand the range of accommodation and improve the quality of tourism services. These efforts are aimed not only at meeting the needs of our visitors, but also at supporting economic growth in the tourism industry. At the same time, they contribute to strengthening Kazakhstan’s reputation as an attractive tourist destination with a variety of quality accommodation options.”