• Weaker April in Europe

Hotels in European cities saw an indifferent April, with repvar gains hiding rising overheads and declining ancillary revenues. Both Budapest and Vienna saw headline revpar up, but goppar fell as other costs rose, reports Hotstats.

Berlin suffered from a very weak April, with occupancy down 8.1% and rate 11.8%, leaving goppar 56.4% lower than 2013. Also down was Hamburg, where food and beverage sales slipped, and room hire was down 40.8%.

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