Dublin down 19 places in hotel occupancy survey

Dublin is down 19 places in the latest global hotel survey from Deloitte.

The capital is ranked 37th place in this year's survey, which measures occupancy rates in hotels across the world.

Belfast makes its debut this year at 15th position, which Deloitte says is a reflection of its rebirth as a safe destination following decades of unrest.

Perth in western Australia, Panama in Central America and Dubai make up the top three places in the survey.

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