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  • Hotels in South Africa benefit from football and rugby events in June
    Revenue per available room (revPAR) was up 5.8 percent during the month of June due to the FIFA Confederations Cup and the Lions rugby tour.
  • Mixed fortunes for hoteliers across Asia Pacific
    Revenue per available room (revPAR) in Asia Pacific dropped 28.4% to US$68 year-to-August 2009. Average room rates fell US$27, while occupancy dropped 12.0% over the same period last year.
  • RevPAR down 19.2% but the worst should be over for European hoteliers
    London boasts the highest occupancy while Glasgow and Edinburgh were the only two cities in Europe to show positive occupancy growth. In the euro zone, Spain was hit the hardest, due to a fall in the number of tourists from its major source markets.
  • Asia Pacific hotels lead global recovery
    Asia Pacific leads recovery in global hotel performance.
  • Deloitte Hospitality 2015: Seven key trends to shape future success
    Seven major issues impacting the hospitality industry over the next five years.
  • London hoteliers on track to achieve double-digit revPAR growth in 2010
    Regional hotel occupancy grows for second quarter running following two years of decline.
  • South African hoteliers score during FIFA World Cup
    Tournament brings astounding success to nation's hospitality industry with growth in excess of 120 percent.
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