Marriott International’s and Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ first-quarter revenue per available room (RevPAR) advanced 2.7% and 1% in Europe, respectively, matching their global RevPAR growth rates. Hilton Worldwide’s European RevPAR growth of 2.9% even outpaced its 2.1% global increase. And while Hyatt Hotel’s RevPAR for Europe, the Middle East and Southwest Asia plunged 5.9% from a year earlier, those results factored in both results outside of Europe and the fact that 250 of the 950 rooms at France’s Hyatt Regency Etoile were out of service because of renovations. After the Paris attacks, bookings dropped off immediately for the remainder of the fourth quarter, with the effects spilling over into the first quarter for both Paris and, to a lesser extent, London. Get the full story at Travel Weekly