June 2015 was not the most successful month for London hoteliers as they saw their revenues down. Gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) fell, but regional hotels managed to improve their positions and showed increased gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) with the total growth of 12.6%.
Hotels in the South West of the UK enjoyed a successful month of June. The occupancy added 1.7 percent to £83.10, and together with increased average daily rate of £78.14 (+7.7%), hotels in this region enjoyed a significant increase of revenue per available room (RevPAR) of 10.0%. However, due to mixed performance in non-room departments, total revenue per available room (TRevPAR) grew only by 6.9% to £106.39 in total. GOPPAR ended the month with the growth of 12.6% to £35.32 in total.
Aberdeen, the oil capital of Europe, had tough June. Decreases were recorded in all key metrics. Occupancy in hotels in Aberdeen fell by 9.2%, followed by fall of ARR of 18.5% it significantly decreased revenues of local hotels. RevPAR dropped by 28.2% to £62.33. Revenues in non-room departments were also negative, leading GOPPAR to a decline of 42.4% to £34.90.
At the same time, hotels in Glasgow had a positive June and enjoyed improved stats. Occupancy added 5.2% to tremendous 91.9% and average daily rate grew by 16.7% to £85.99, making RevPAR add 23.8% and GOPPAR reach the growth of 28.3% to £49.42.