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Hotels in Glasgow and Edinburgh continued to capitalise on events in February said the LJ Forecaster Scottish Intercity Report

Scottish hotels continue to capitalise on events

By Michelle Perrett

Hotels in Edinburgh and Glasgow are continuing to capitalise on events, while demand continues to weaken in Aberdeen, according to the monthly LJ Forecaster Scottish Intercity Report.

Hotel chains in the provinces continued to see upward growth in February

Hotel chains outside London continue to perform well

By Michelle Perrett

Hotel chains in the UK provinces continued to show positive year-on-year growth while London hotels struggled during February according to the latest HotStats' UK Chain Hotels Market Review.

The UK hotel industry is set to achieve record growth in 2015 and 2016

UK hotel growth set to continue into 2016

By Carina Perkins

The UK hotel sector will deliver impressive growth over the next two years, with record occupancy and rates in London and the regions, according to the latest forecast from PwC.

66 per cent of Brits are planning on eating out this Valentine's Day with the majority planning to spend less than £50

Two thirds of Brits plan to eat out on Valentine's Day

By Emma Eversham

Two thirds of people say they are planning to eat out on Valentine's Day, but only 28 per cent will spend more than £50 on the occasion according to a survey by daily deals website Groupon. 

A large number of hotels were sold to new owners and investors in 2014 with prices up 17 per cent on the previous year

Hunger for hotels leads to 17% property price rise

By Emma Eversham

Interest from US investors and a return of confidence in the market helped drive up the average property price in the hotel sector by 17 per cent last year, according to a report by Christie & Co.