Birmingham’s hotel market suffers

Birmingham’s hotels are continuing to struggle, according to the latest research from business advisory firm Deloitte.

The results of its hotel survey show occupancy levels in the city’s hotels for the year-to-September at just 62.8 per cent. Continue reading

Regional UK hotels set to recover ahead of those in the capital

Hotels in Birmingham and the regions are set to recover ahead of those in London according to the latest research from business advisory firm Deloitte. Continue reading

Birmingham’s hotels struggle in tough market

Birmingham’s hotel sector has seen revenue per available room (revPAR) fall by 12.3 per cent to just £41, the second lowest of the UK cities surveyed, according to the latest research by business advisory firm Deloitte. Continue reading

Birmingham misses out on trend for weekend breaks

Increased weekend leisure demand is driving a recovery in UK hotel revenues but Birmingham is yet to benefit from this trend, according to research from business advisory firm Deloitte.

 

Although overall revenue per available room (revPAR) during the past five months has remained negative, the pace of decline has slowed and some markets are actually showing gains on 2008’s numbers. Continue reading