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Hotel occupancy rates in Dublin return to pre-recession levels

Hotel occupancy rates in Dublin are back to pre-recession levels, although rates are unlikely to return to boomtime levels, according to a new survey.

13th January, 2013

Hotel occupancy rates in Dublin are back to pre-recession levels, although rates are unlikely to return to boomtime levels, according to a new survey.

The latest sectoral survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers, which examined the hotel markets in 19 European cities, ranked Dublin second in terms of the amount of revenue hoteliers raised per available room last year.

This figure, known as Rev-PAR, is reached by calculating average daily rates and occupancy levels, both of which increased in...

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