Hoteliers split on the ‘Brexit’ question

A scant majority of European hotel professionals believe M&A activity and RevPAR would be adversely affected if Great Britain left the European Union. The latest European Hotel Market Survey by international law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner asked 200 hotel professionals from more than 20 countries what they thought about the EU referendum set for June 23 in the U.K., and 54% said Britons should vote against exiting. London was named the strongest performer in Europe, showing the biggest increase in RevPAR ahead of Berlin, Barcelona and Madrid in 2015. The city is also predicted to see the most M&A activity…
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