Hotels in Birmingham posted the city’s best results in spring since current records began in 2003, with average occupancy of 75% between March and May, with average room rate £7 higher than the same period last year and RevPAR £5 higher.

Much of this was driven by conferences and events across the city, an increase of 17% in domestic tourists since 2010 and the largest increase of international guests outside London, and a range of new and existing hospitality brands are opening in the city in response.

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