Hotel occupancy rate hit 72% last year

The Dutch hotel branch did well in 2006 with occupancy rates up three percentage points to an average 72%, according to research by leisure trade advice group Horwath HTL.

Occupancy rates in the Amsterdam region reached 81.2%, the second highest rate in Europe, the research showed. The average price of a Dutch hotel room reached €108 last year, the first increase since 2003. The price of a hotel room in Amsterdam is set to average at €143 next year, the report said.
The most expensive European hotel rooms are in Geneva, where the average price is €274 a night.

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