Skip to main content Skip to footer

Recovery of the UK Hotel Market

Read the report
Recovery of the UK Hotel Market 2022 hero

The recovery of the overall UK hotel market took on a strong pace in the second half of 2021 with the removal of COVID-19 restrictions, but not all submarkets fared the same.

According to the newly published report by our Colliers UK Hotels team, a few key markets have recovered back to their 2019 performance levels, with some even surpassing 2019 performances. However, some markets are still lagging.

Our report uncovers key themes within the hospitality industry seen in 2021 as well as factors that have, and will continue to shape the recovery of the sector in the near future.

With the 2022 picture continuing to evolve, it highlights factors that will influence the coming months for both domestic leisure driven destinations as well as those markets more reliant on international visitation, MICE, and corporate related demand.

Recovery of the UK Hotel Market 2022 search

Recovery of the UK Hotel Market

Read the report
Related Experts

Marc Finney

Head of Hotels & Resorts Consulting

Hotels & Resorts Consulting

London - West End

I have thirty years experience within the hotel and resorts sector.

This covers all areas from line management within operations, consulting advisory and corporate finance and property strategies.

I have even been an owner of my own hotel which I sold at the beginning of 2007.

I specialise in new hotel development and financing solutions within the hotel sector and in Management Agreements.

Resorts are a particular passion and I have a great deal of experience with these from inception to operations

View expert

Ben Godon

Head of Hospitality Asset Management

Hospitality Asset Management

London - West End

Over a career that spans more than 28 years Ben has developed his expertise within the sector working in a variety of management roles in a diverse range of hotel properties and brands both in the UK and overseas.

At the start of his career, post-graduation and after a number of years as a Graduate Trainee for Commonwealth Hotels of Canada, Ben quickly advanced into General Manager roles and subsequently became Regional Director.

View expert