November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2010 Travel Awards, p30
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the condition of the hotel industry Great Britain and the ways to cope up the effect of recession on its sales. It states that the leisure travel has lowered down as customers are conscious of their spending during the recession. It notes that hotels have lowered their rates to retain customers and shift market shares. It notes that some hotels in the country have undergone renovation and implement innovations to cope up with the condition.


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