Energy Voice | Figures confirm Aberdeen hotels still feeling oil downturn

New figures from PwC reinforce other recent data highlighting the woes of hotels in Aberdeen during 2017.

The professional services firm said Granite City hotels were less than two-thirds full last year (62.1%) as the oil and gas downturn hit them hard, against occupancy rates of 83.7% for Edinburgh and 82.1% for Glasgow.

PwC said the average revenue per available room in Aberdeen fell to £35.92, from £38.28 the year before, as the average daily rate dropped to £57.89 from £61.24.

Last month, figures from accountancy and business advisory firm BDO showed Aberdeen hotels had the worst occupancy rates in the UK last year.

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