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tourist density in hotels

The average area per visitor in hotels.

Used to calculate:visitors

Varies by: lifestyle

UsedlifestyleReferenceLocation: Ecosystem
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ValueUnitsNotes
* Average American US Energy Star Program 2013 Space Use Information USA: Hotels () 2.93 persons / 1000 ft2 "Default value = 1.95 rooms per 1,000 square foot." If we assume 1.5 guest per room, then guest density works out to 2.93 guests / 1000 sq ft.
Average American The Engineering Tool Box 2013 Area per Person USA?: Hotels () 0.6 m2 / person Hotel lobby
Average American The Engineering Tool Box 2013 Area per Person USA?: Hotels () 1.5 m2 / person Hotel assembly rooms
Average American The Engineering Tool Box 2013 Area per Person USA?: Hotels () 5 m2 / person Hotel rooms
* Average Earthling US Energy Star Program 2013 Space Use Information USA: Hotels () 2.93 persons / 1000 ft2 see notes under average American
* Average New Yorker US Energy Star Program 2013 Space Use Information USA: Hotels () 2.93 persons / 1000 ft2 See notes under average American
Average New Yorker Concierge.com 2013 New York City Hotels New York City: Hotels () 2.3 ft2 / person "At 325 square feet, the average New York hotel room is substantially smaller than what you'll find in other cities." If we assume 1.5 guests per room, and that 75% of the hotel space is guest room, then this works out to 2.3 guests / 1000 sq ft
* Eco-conscious US Energy Star Program 2013 Space Use Information USA: Hotels () 2.93 persons / 1000 ft2 see notes under average American
* Lenape Person Assumed New York City: Mannahatta () 0 persons / 1000 ft2

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