Lille benefits from a ideal location at the Belgium border and close to England to attract international visitors. The Palais des Beaux-Arts and the birth house of Charles de Gaulle contribute to the attractiveness of the city.
Despite the cancellation of its famous “Grande Braderie” which usually is a key engine of Lille’s hotel activity, the city did post France’s highest RevPAR growth rate in 2016: +8.6%. Indeed, it largely benefited from the UEFA Euro 2016 effect but also from the regular activity increases throughout the year
To be noted, the upscale segment recorded an increase in its occupancy (+7.4 points) in 2016
As of January 1, 2017, corporate operated chain supply gathered 6,070 rooms.
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