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PPHE Hotel FY Room Revenue Up 5.9%; Sees FY Results In-line With Board View

PPHE Hotel Group Limited (PPH.L) reported that its group room revenue for the year ended 31 December 2019 increased 5.9% to 250 million pounds from the prior year. Like-for-like Group room revenue grew by 6.3% to 249 million pounds from last year.

Like-for-like RevPAR for the year grew 5.1% to 103.7 pounds, driven by like-for-like occupancy growth of 130bps to 80.7% and like-for-like average room rate growth of 3.4% to 128.5 pounds.

RevPAR for the year grew 6.0% to 103.6 pounds. Occupancy increased by 120 bps to 80.6% and average room rate improved by 4.4% to 128.5 pounds.

The Group expects to deliver full year results in-line with Board expectations following a solid performance through the final quarter.

The company plans to publish its full year results on 27 February 2020.

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