SCOTTISH HOTELS OUTPERFORM THE REST OF THE UK

Scotland’s hotels are outperforming the rest of the UK, according to PKF’s latest monthly snapshot of hotel occupancy levels. In May, occupancy levels rose by 0.6% to 77% compared with the same time last year with England reporting 73.3% occupancy rates and Wales 74.9%.Yield per room also increased by 3.1% to £55.83 in Scotland. The figure for England was £44.88.

Glasgow’s revenue fell by 7.1%, but both Aberdeen and Edinburgh saw rises of 10% and 8.9% respectively.

Alastair Rae, of PKF, which published the figures, said: “These numbers are very positive for Scotland as a whole. The figures for Glasgow show a dip in both occupancy and revenue but this is in comparison to a spike during May 2010. I would, therefore, expect the June figures to show Glasgow increasing in line with the rest of Scotland.”

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