The improving economic and business travel backdrop will drive growth for the hotel sector in 2015 and 2016, according to PwC’s latest European hotel forecast*. This follows a good year for the hotel industry in 2014, as Europe attracted 20 million more international tourists than in 2013. The majority of cities included in the forecast, all bar Geneva, Zurich and Moscow, are expected to achieve higher growth in 2015 and almost all cities should see additional growth in 2016 - with the exception of Geneva and Zurich. In 2015, the top cities by revenue per available room (RevPAR) growth, in local currency, are Dublin (8.8%), followed by Madrid (5.6%) and London (4.6%), then Rome (3.8%), Prague (3.7%), Porto (3.7%), Amsterdam (3.6%), Barcelona (3.5%) and Edinburgh (3.5%). Download the complete report at PwC (PDF 3.5 MB)