TRI HotStats: monthly European hotel figures

31 January 2010 by
TRI HotStats: monthly European hotel figures

London hotels boosted profitability by 23.4% in December 2009, according to the latest monthly HotStats survey of 10 European countries.

Hotels in the UK capital increased total gross operating profit per available room (goppar) to €96.95, up from €78.55 in the same month of 2008.

London hotels achieved the highest occupancy in the survey (of 80.7%), the second lowest payroll costs, and the third highest average room rate (of €151.07).

Vienna was the second most profitable city for hotels, despite a 22.7% plunge in goppar to €73.85. A 6.1 percentage point boost to occupancy was undercut by a 13 % fall in average room rate and a 5.1 percentage point rise in payroll costs.

Berlin, Prague and Warsaw were the only other cities to increase gopppar during December 2009.

The figures are compiled each month by Tri Hospitality Consulting.

Annual HotStats hotel performance data

TRI Hotels 2007 UK >>

TRI HotStats: annual UK hotel figures >>

TRI HotStats: Hotels 2007 Europe >>


Occupancy60.6%55.8%+4.8 points
Room rate€146.73€154.83-5.2%
Payroll %35.4%32.5%+2.8 points
Occupancy62.3%63.2% -0.9 points
Room rate€119.63€124.03 -3.5%
Revpar€74.48€78.41 -5%
Payroll %30.1%35.2% -5.1 points
Occupancy70.3%67.5%+2.7 points
Room rate€109.23€123.26 -11.3%
Revpar€76.79€83.23 -7.7%
Payroll %44%36.9% +7.1 points
Occupancy48.7%49.3% -0.6 points
Room rate€79.86€91.58 -12.8%
Revpar€38.90€45.13 -13.8%
Payroll %39.3%31.1% +8.2 points
Occupancy80.7%75.7%+5 points
Room rate€151.07€146.06 +3.4%
Revpar€121.88€110.50 +10.3%
Payroll %23.5%26% -2.5 points
Occupancy65.8%63% +2.8 points
Room rate€98.21€104.35-5.9%
Revpar€64.63€65.71 -1.6%
Payroll %32.8%34.5% -1.7 points
Occupancy70.1%72.9% -2.8 points
Room rate€161.87€169.54 -4.5%
Revpar€13.47€123.63 -8.2%
Payroll %43.1%37.8% +5.3 points
Occupancy54.6%52%+2.6 points
Room rate€95.36€102.50-7%
Revpar€52.05€53.32 -2.4%
Payroll %22.6%29.1% -6.5 points
Occupancy80.3%74.2% +6.1 points
Room rate€154.57€177.75 -13%
Revpar€124.09€131.83 -5.9%
Payroll %33.8%28.7% +5.1points
Occupancy56.8% 49.9% +6.9 points
Room rate€77.55€85.11-8.9%
Revpar€44.04 €42.45 +3.7%
Payroll %26.3% 29.3%-3 points
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