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The number of hotel room in London is expected to increase by 12 percent within the next three years, with a focus on budget accommodation as well as five star accommodation.

The data has been released by London & Partners and AM:PM, they revealed that there will be an increase of 17,769 rooms, totaling 138,769 rooms across the capital.

Tracy Halliwell, director of business tourism and major events at London & Partners, said: “With the rising number of business and leisure visitors to London and strong occupancy levels across the city, it is great to see that a range of hotel companies are investing in new properties, catering for the demand for both low-cost and high-end hotels.”

Some of the luxury London hotel additions that are due to open in 2016 are InterContinental London, The O2, the Four Seasons Hotel London and Members Club Shoreditch.

IMG: Jacob Surland / Flickr cc.

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