Whitbread plans to offset rising costs with higher Premier Inn room rates

Group expects cost inflation for hospitality sector to reach between 7% and 8%

Whitbread, the owner of the Premier Inn hotel chain, is warning that it expects cost inflation for the hospitality sector to reach between 7% and 8% over the coming months.

Higher labour costs, rising energy bills and increased construction costs for its new hotels are putting pressure on the FTSE 100 company, according to Whitbread’s chief executive, Alison Brittain.

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