Human resources jobs may follow in the hotel sector after a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) revealed that London has seen an increase in revenue per available room rates (RevPAR).
The organisation found that RevPAR in the capital increased by 11.4 per cent in the first five months of this year, compared to the same time in 2010.
Furthermore, the rest of the UK experienced positive growth between January and May, suggesting that new jobs may not be limited to London.
Liz Hall, head of hotel research at PwC, said that despite a slow start, room rates have started to pick up.
"Hotels have delivered somewhat volatile trading data so far this year. In January and February, London demand dipped, but a strong March, a sparkling April and a spectacular May suggest London's juggernaut run isn't ready to stop just yet," she explained.
Rezidor announced in April that it would be opening a new hotel in London in the second quarter of next year, featuring 235 rooms, a gym and meeting facilities.