London hotels saw revenue per available room (revpar) fall by 11.91% in the week ending 14 September, according to figures from hospitality research company STR Global.
Revpar fell to £118.42, down from £134.42 during the equivalent week of 2007.
Occupancy decreased by 6.24 percentage points to 82.44% while average room rate dropped by 5.23% to £143.63 compared with £151.57 in the corresponding week of 2007.
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STR Global was created by the merger of hospitality research companies Smith Travel Research (STR), Deloitte's HotelBenchmark and The Bench.
It offers hotel research to clients that include hotel operators, developers, financiers and analysts, providing regular and custom reports covering more than 35,000 hotels in 1,300 global markets.
As well as global hotel performance data, STR Global tracks a variety of Profitability, Pipeline and Census data covering all aspects of the industry.
London hotel performance in September, 2008 The week ending 7 September, 2008 >>
London hotel performance in previous years
Source: STR Global