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Hotels in the East of England, Oxford, Edinburgh and Glasgow all recorded growth

Further growth for UK hotel market

By Carina Perkins

UK hotels enjoyed a second month of growth in February, with properties in the East of England reporting the biggest uplift in profits.

The effects of the Olympics, better weather and last year’s riots all played their part in the year-on year sales increase

Restaurant and pub groups see London sales boost in August

By Luke Nicholls

Combined like-for-like sales for pub and restaurant groups inside the M25 increased by 5 per cent in August, but businesses outside of London saw a much more modest uplift of just 1 per cent compared with the same month last year. 

Trivago's year on year comparison of European hotel prices for November 2011

London hotel room prices leap by a third year on year

By Rachel Parkes

London hotel prices in November 2011 have risen 33 per cent in the past year to £177 per night, making the UK capital one of the main drivers for European hotel price recovery, online booking service Trivago reported today.

London tourism could be impacted by recent rioting in the capital

British tourism set for record-breaking summer?

By Kate Mead

Latest figures for inbound tourism and visitor spending suggest a record-breaking summer for Britain lies ahead, but experts say the recent riots are a concern for potential visitors.

London hotels are continuing with a streak of profitability growth

London hotels have ‘shrugged off recession’

By Becky Paskin

London hotels have ‘convincingly shrugged off the recession’, having recorded the 19th consecutive month of year-on-year profitability growth, while provincial hotels also return to growth.

Occupancy rates in UK hotels were 82% in June 2011

European hotels trade well as traveller demand grows

By Lorraine Heller

Hotels across Europe have seen occupancy and rates increase over the past six months, as business and leisure demand continues to improve, according to recent data from the hotel market consultancy STR.

Tourism stats: Britain's appeal is recovering

Tourism to Britain increases 11%

By Lorraine Heller

Britain is on its way to recovering its appeal as a holiday destination for international tourists, according to encouraging data on tourism figures so far this year.