ACCOR Hotels has announced its 2016 Q3 revenue of 1,538m was up 1.8% year-on-year. The hotelier said its increase in revenue was a result of "healthy growth" in the majority of its key markets including the Americas (+19%) and Asia-Pacific (6.9%). Thirdquarter occupancy rates in Britain were strong at 85%, a result of the weak Pound, while business in Belgium dropped 14% as a result of terrorism.
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