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UK is busiest country for hotel development

22 October 2010 by

The UK continues to be the country in Europe with the most hotel bedrooms under development, according to the STR Global Construction Pipeline Report.

There are currently 28,734 rooms in the total active pipeline in the UK, with Germany reporting 16,672 rooms being developed, followed by Russia with 15,627 rooms.

London is the busiest city for development, leading the way with 9,755 rooms, followed by Berlin (4,469) and Moscow (3,997).

In total, there are 120,488 rooms throughout Europe in the pipeline, which will add to the existing supply of 3.8m.

London hotel development remains in pole position ahead of 2012 >>

UK is busiest European country for hotel development >>

London continues to lead Europe in hotel development >>

By Janet Harmer

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