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Wednesday, September 03, 2014

UK hotel prices rise twice as fast as global average

UK hotel prices went up 8 per cent between H1 2013 and the same period in 2014 – twice as steep a rise as the global average, according to Hotels.com’s latest Hotel Price Index (HPI).

Hotel rooms in the country averaged £93 in H1 2014, compared to £86 in 2013, but were still far from the top prices in Monaco (£223 up 21 per cent), Oman (£186), Mauritius (£159) and Israel (£149). Read More »

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Friday, September 05, 2014

Hotel revPAR reaches pre-recession levels

Hotels in eight out of 12 UK cities included in the Hotel Bulletin for Q2 2014 achieved revenues per available room (revPAR) above pre-recession levels.

Aberdeen, Bath, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and London outperformed their 2008 results in the second quarter of this year, while Cardiff reached the same levels.
Belfast, Birmingham, Liverpool and Newcastle were still below 2008 levels despite revPAR growth in all cities. Read More »

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Booking Tips

Use “No Arrival” instead of closing-out. This will prevent guests from arriving on that day, but will allow longer stays that may stay through the day in question. Then the hotel can choose to out-book a client who will not be staying as long / creating as much revenue.


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