Février 2018 : les hôtels européens maintiennent une forte croissance de leurs bénéfices
Hotels in Europe maintained their strong start to the year by recording an 8.3% year-on-year increase in profit per room in February as growth was recorded across all revenue departments and was supported by cost savings, according to the latest worldwide poll of full-service hotels from HotStats.
GOPPAR at hotels in Europe surged to €31.30 this month, which represented a tenth consecutive month of profit growth for hotels in the region, signalling a truly positive period of trading for properties in the region.
The growth this month contributed to hotels in Europe recording a profit per room of €59.17 in the rolling 12 months to February 2018, which is 8.3% above the same period in 2016/17.
The growth in profit per room this month was driven by increases across all revenue departments as hotels in Europe successfully recorded a 3.2% year-on-year increase in TrevPAR, to €141.52, which was due to an increase in Rooms (+4.3%), Food and Beverage (+1.7%) and Conference and Banqueting (+2.3%) revenue on a per available room basis.
In line with the performance over the last 12 months, the growth in Rooms Revenue at hotels in Europe in February was driven by achieved average room rate, which increased by 3.4%, to €143.11, and was in addition to a 0.6-percentage point increase in room occupancy, to 62.8%.
Growth in headline performance levels this month were once again driven by the broad base of demand in the region, but were weighted towards the commercial sector as notable rate increases were recorded in the Residential Conference (+6.4%) and Corporate (+8.1%) segments, with a more limited rate increase in the Individual Leisure (+0.8%) segment.