Scottish hotel figures 'lag behind rest of UK'
29 May 2012
Scottish hotel revenues and occupancy rates are trailing the rest of the UK, according to a report.
Accountancy firm PKF's monthly hotel survey indicated occupancy in Scotland fell by 0.1% during March, while it rose in regional UK, England and Wales.
Rooms yield north of the border also fell by 0.7%, while other parts of the UK either recorded a smaller drop or an increase.