London hotels boosted revenue per available room (revpar) by 40% in the week ending 30 July, according to figures from hotel benchmarking service The Bench.
Revpar climbed to £110.26, up from £78.77 during the equivalent week last year, when trade declined in the wake of the terrorist bombings.
Occupancy increased by 18.2 percentage points to 88.9% and average room rate grew by 11.3% to £124.05, up from £111.42 in the corresponding week of 2005.
Click here for the full London figures from The Bench (PDF file) showing the average room rate, occupancy and revpar for the 16 weeks to 30 July.
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The Bench - which is partnered with US firm Smith Travel Research - provides online benchmarking data for in excess of 34,000 hotels in more than 400 markets.
The online service allows users to track their performance in average room rate, occupancy and revpar in a variety of formats and to measure their daily performance against their competitors.
London hotel performance in July 2006
The week ending 23 July, 2006 >>
London hotel performance in previous years