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Scottish hotels led the UK for revenue in February

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Scottish hotels led the UK for revenue in February

Scotland’s hotels had the highest occupancy and revenue levels in the UK during February, figures have shown. Occupancy was up to 70.3% compared with 69.8% in England and 69.1% in Wales. The average amount of revenue from each room was £45.65 compared with £39.93 in England and £37.20 in Wales.

Aberdeen was ahead of anywhere outside London at £70.63, with Edinburgh at £46.80 and Glasgow on £45.21. Alastair Rae of business advisers BDO LLP said: “These are very positive figures.”

Occupancy was highest in Glasgow at 76.0%, followed by 75.7% in Aberdeen, 68.4% in Edinburgh and 66.3% in Inverness.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-27679372

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