Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Sales for Glasgow rooms on the up

New figures show that visitors are willing to spend more than £50 a night. The number of people staying in hotel accommodation has improved also.

City Operators have figures which show that occupancy rates were up in July and that guests were spending an average of £53.62 on a room each night during their stay in the city, up almost £5 more than the same period last year.

85.5% of all available rooms in the city of Glasgow throughout the month of July were booked, seeing a rise of 2.1% on the occupancy rate for July last year. Although the average spend has risen, budget hotels have managed to perform well.

Glasgow has always been a popular place for city visits and the city attracts a lot of shoppers who stay overnight or for the weekend. Another reason for the improved performance in Glasgow hotels could be attributed to more business guests visiting the city with conference demands on the up in Glasgow too.
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