French hospitality giant AccorHotels has reported that the slump in the value of the pound led to a rise in UK domestic city stays over the summer, with its UK RevPAR up 4% year-on-year in the three months to September.

London saw less growth than the regions, with business in most major cities driven by staycations.

The company also reported a “pronounced” recovery in leisure stays across France after terror attacks and announced that it has crossed the threshold of 600,000 rooms with the opening of its 800th hotel in the Asia-Pacific region, and that organic development is expected to exceed 40,000 rooms in 2017.

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