Hospitality activity is good this Fall 2018, confirming the stability of all European destinations since the beginning of the year.
Following a slump in May 2018, the hotel industry is holding course in the majority of European countries.
While it started the year off well, the European hotel industry is being held back by a declining RevPAR this month.
For the fourth consecutive month, the European hotel business recorded an increase in RevPar compared to the same period last year: +5.3% in April, after 3.4% increase in March and 5.5% in February.
The French hotel industry posted a RevPAR of +7.1%, due to the rise in average prices. Strikes stagnated the occupancy rate at +0.2 point.
France's hotel industry once again pursues a good dynamic. While all segments are doing well overall, the upscale and budget segments drove results up, particularly in terms of the occupancy rate.
This month, all indexes were green for the hotel industry in western and southern Europe. Instead, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria and Poland show slight slumps in the RevPAR, primarily due to the differ...
After a satisfactory start to the year, Europe's hotel industry is not stalling midway. It shows progress that remains encouraging albeit disparate from one country to the next on the continent.
Results for this month of February are up significantly. Occupancy rate, average daily rates and RevPAR are all increasing on the different hotel segments throughout French territory.
After a fully satisfactory year for the European hotel industry, the challenge is to maintain this momentum. As Bulgaria takes over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU, the industry seems...
Last November, the French hotel industry posted impressive double digit growth in its RevPAR. In December 2017, the change in RevPAR gravitated around +10% for both chains and independent hotels in Fr...
Despite gloomy weather, Europe's hotel industry is looking up: the new impetus at the beginning of the year continued through the end of 2017.
With a fifth consecutive month of growth in RevPAR this November, France’s hotel industry appears to have turned over a new leaf after the negative consequences of the events of 2015 and 2016. Paris a...
For several months now, the hotel business has been progressing well in most of Europe and continues along its trajectory at the end of 2017, a year that also began well.
In October, the French hotel industry signed a fourth consecutive month of growth in the RevPAR, simultaneously confirming the improved health of a sector that sees the light at the end of the tunnel....
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