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    The final update ahead of the Games from TravelClick

    Just two days before the Olympics opening ceremony, London hotel bookings are looking healthy with committed occupancy currently at an average of 80.4% over the Olympics period.The busiest night in the Capital so far during the Olympics is now Tuesday 31 July, which currently has a committed occupancy of 85.8%. With the men’s road cycling individual time trial final taking place the next day, it seems that the ‘Wiggins effect’ is continuing into the Olympic Games as he aims to add Olympic Gold to his 2012 achievements.

    Hotel prices during the Games are up an average of 70% on the same time last year and reach a high of £193 on the night of Sunday 5 August* – the night of the men’s 100m final where we’re hoping to see a record breaking sprint from Usain Bolt.

    Daniel Fountain / 24.07.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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