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Average room rate in UK's hotels rises 4%

Average room rate in UK's hotels rises 4%

By Emma Eversham

The average room rate across the UK’s hotels rose 4 per cent in 2015 with hotels in cities outside the capital seeing the biggest rise according to the latest Hotel Price Index from Hotels.com

Scottish hotel performance slips in November

Scottish hotel performance slips in November

By Liam Garrahan

Scottish hotel performance showed a year-on-year decrease in November as occupancy and room rates across Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen tumbled, according to the latest LJ Forecaster Scottish Intercity Report.

Accelerated decline for Aberdeen hotels in October

Accelerated decline for Aberdeen hotels in October

By Liam Garrahan

Hoteliers in Aberdeen faced further troubles in October with the Granite City’s RevPAR dropping sharply year-on-year as the declining oil industry continues to take its toll, according to the monthly LJ Forecaster Scottish Intercity Report.

Strong demand in the capital meant occupancy rose 2.8 per cent to 71.5 per cent

UK hotels enjoy strong January trading

By Sophie Witts

UK hotels have beaten the New Year slump and seen the strongest January in five years, with both room occupancy and yield increasing year on year in London and across the regions.

UK hotels recorded good growth in April

Good April growth for UK hotels

By Melodie Michel

Hotels both in London and in the region saw increases in room yields and occupancy thanks to a good Easter weekend and warmer weather.

Profitable London: The capital's hoteliers enjoyed a successful May with profit growth driven by increases in revenue per available room (RevPAR)

London's hoteliers celebrate a profitable May

By Peter Ruddick

London hotels enjoyed a second consecutive month of profit growth in May, driven by an increase in revenue per available room (RevPAR), but their regional counterparts also had a successful month, according to two new reports.

UK hotels posted an 'exceptionally strong' set of results in April compared with a year earlier when the country hosted the Royal Wedding, according to PKF Hotel Consultancy Services

UK hotels post 'exceptionally strong' April results

By Peter Ruddick

Hotels in the UK posted April results that PKF Hotel Consultancy Services described as 'exceptionally strong' with a stronger performance compared with the same month in 2011 when the industry was boosted by the Royal Wedding. 

The divide between London and provincial hotels will continue

2011 will be year of stability for UK hotels, says TRI

By Lorraine Heller

UK hotels should expect a period of stability next year, as the industry slowly emerges from the tough trading of the recession into a modest recovery, according to the latest market forecasts

London hotels such as the Stafford saw profits rise in June

London hotel profits soar in June

By Chris Druce

Profitability at London hotels has soared as room rate surged past its previous peak of two years ago in June, according to the latest HotStats survey