France: a REVPAR up by nearly 10% in April

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Published on 09/05/06 - Updated on 17/03/22

After a satisfactory first quarter (+2.6% for the RevPAR), the French hotel business shifted into high gear in April: the RevPAR rose by nearly 10%. In addition to a favourable calendar, it is the dynamism of the leisure segment above all that brightened the period, in a nearly homogeneous manner throughout the territory.

April 2006 reported strong growth over last year. Occupancy was up on budget segments (by nearly 4 points in 1* and 2* in particular), and upscale continued to do well without even needing to lower its average daily rate (+2.4%), leading to fine growth for its RevPar (+10.6%). Most of all: the good...

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