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The Bench: London weekly hotel performance to 11 March, 2007

15 March 2007 by
The Bench: London weekly hotel performance to 11 March, 2007

London hotels boosted revenue per available room (revpar) by 13.2% in the week ending 11 March, according to figures from hotel benchmarking service The Bench.

Revpar rose to £109.20, up from £96.44 during the equivalent week of 2006.

Occupancy grew by 1.8 percentage points to 79.2% while average room rate rose by 10.6% to £137.79, up from £124.56 in the corresponding week of 2006.

View the full London figures from The Bench (PDF file) showing the average room rate, occupancy and revpar for the 12 weeks to 11 March >>
Scroll down for previous London performance figures.

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The online service allows users to track their performance in average room rate, occupancy and revparÁ‚ in a variety of formats and to measure their daily performance against their competitors.

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London hotel performance in March 2007
TheÁ‚ week ending 4 March, 2007 >>

London hotel performance in 2007TheÁ‚ week ending 25 February, 2007 >>
TheÁ‚ week ending 28 January, 2007 >>

London hotel performance in previous years

TheÁ‚ week ending 31 December, 2006 >>

TheÁ‚ week ending 11 December, 2005 >>

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