UK hotels bounce back from Covid with strong revenue growth

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Hotels in the UK are experiencing a post-Covid rebound, according to new research from Knight Frank.

The agency found that London hotels achieved an occupancy rate of 82% in June 2023, a rise of 3.2 percentage points year on year, while hotels outside the capital recorded growth of four percentage points to almost 81% occupancy versus 2022.

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