Dublin hotel occupancy, revenue rose in 2011

Dublin hotels performed considerably better in 2011 as occupancy rates increased by almost six per cent and revenue per available room rose by nearly 12 per cent.

28th February, 2012
Dublin hotel occupancy, revenue rose in 2011
A room in Dublin's Clarence Hotel.

Dublin hotels performed considerably better in 2011 as occupancy rates increased by almost six per cent and revenue per available room rose by nearly 12 per cent.

These were the findings from a survey issued by Deloitte today.

The average daily rate being charged by Dublin hotels in 2011 was €82.12, up from €77.43 in 2010. Despite a drop in occupancy in the last quarter (to 65.1 per cent) the average occupancy rate for 2011 was 71...

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