Aberdeen hoteliers have seen a 46% one-year drop in room revenue’s, according to the latest BDO report, which covers the October period. Aberdeen’s poor performance meant that Scotland was the only part of the UK to experience a fall in both occupancy and revenue during October. Glasgow saw a good increase in revenue of 5.8% but a reduced occupancy figure of 1.4% dipping to 89.2%. However Inverness currently has the best occupancy and revenue figures for 2015 of any of Scotland’s main cities. Occupancy in Inverness fell 3.8% to 86.9 % but revenue rose 0.8% to £56.26.