The diasater scenarios for London Olympics didn't pan out, the games went on smoothly, and the London hotels in and around the venues did great business, especially on the per room price.
Hoteliers across London reported average occupancy of 88.5 percent and average daily rate of £212.22 during the 2012 Olympic Games, according to STR’s data. This represents an increase of 4.8 percent and 86.1 percent, respectively, compared to the same days the year prior.
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