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Hotel occupancy rises as Dublin market drives recovery

Hotel sales are at 76 per cent of 2007 peak levels with average occupancy at 63.8 per cent, according to a new survey of the sector.

31st July, 2013
Average hotel room rates increased by €2.05 to €74.72.

Hotel sales are at 76 per cent of 2007 peak levels with average occupancy at 63.8 per cent, according to a new survey of the sector.

The Crowe Horwath Annual Irish Hotel Survey said that Dublin is outpacing other areas in a two speed recovery for the industry.

The survey showed that occupancy rose a further 2.4 per cent from 2011 levels, up from a low of 59.4 per cent in 2009, while average room rates increased by...

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