The Stow has always been a great hotel. Sitting high on the hill overlooking the river its bones and lines are completely classic. The 505 rooms all have a view of something great. For decades, the hotel had been the home away from home for the elite of the world.
The more we dig into generational travel, the more we realize another, equally important trend - multigenerational travel. In fact, the rise in multigenerational travel is, arguably, positioned to change the hotel and travel industry.
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In September, London hotel occupancy change was mostly flat (-0.1% to 86.9%), but a 7.9% ADR increase to £170.63 ($215.27) drove RevPAR up 7.7% to £148.33 ($187.14).