Brussels: good results by handicaps remain

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Published on 05/10/06 - Updated on 17/03/22

Brussels may be proud of its results this August.The RevPAR posts growth by 9.7%. Occupancy rates are decidedly back on an uptrend since the beginning of the year. Nonetheless, average daily rates are not yet following the same path, showing that strong competition is not yet a thing of the past.

Summer in Brussels was favourable to hoteliers in the Belgian capital. For the month of August, the occupancy rate of properties was up by nearly 12 points. And, despite a drop in average daily rates by 2%, revenue per available room is close to doubledigit growth (+ 9.7 %). Aside from a sharp...

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