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AA Forecasts Increase in Hotel Stays For 2010 AA Forecasts Increase in Hotel Stays For 2010

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AA Forecasts Increase in Hotel Stays For 2010

Published 16th April 2010Read Time 1 min

Results from the AA survey show that 77% of respondents booked a Hotel, Guesthouse or B&B for an overnight stay in Ireland within the last year. 84% intend to do so within the next year, a 7 per cent increase in demand that is an indicator that many Irish people will choose to holiday at home in 2010. โ€œIt is clearly a positive sign for the Irish Hospitality sector, which is very pleasing to see.โ€ Says AA Director of Policy Conor Faughnan . โ€œTaking a break in Ireland is now a very attractive option as people cutback on foreign trips. It doesnโ€™t involve flights, and there is excellent value to be had from Hotels, Guesthouses, B&Bs, Farmhouses and Self Catering nationwide.โ€ According to Failte Ireland, The domestic market now accounts for 65% of business in the intensely competitive hotel sector with 63% of operators expecting business to remain on par or increase this year. The research comes from the AAโ€™s latest poll which surveyed the views of AA motorists nationwide.

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