Liverpool suffered the steepest drop of 14.3% followed by Bristol (down 11.7%) and Leeds (down 10.7%) with only Reading seeing the same rates as last year, remaining at an average of £103. London showed a small decline from the same period last year but an improvement from the last quarter of 2016, latest data from HRS – Global Hotel Solutions reveals. HRS UK and Ireland managing director, Andy Besent, said: “There continues to be uncertainty in the UK surrounding Brexit and now with Teresa May calling for an early general election we will have to wait to see the impact. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK