Hotels in Scotland outperformed those in the rest of the UK last year, according to a report.
Business advisers BDO found average room yield, or revenue, in Scotland grew by almost 5% in 2017 to £56.70.
This compared with a rise of just over 4% in Wales, 2.2% in Northern Ireland and just under 2% in England.
BDO said the depreciation of the pound after the Brexit vote had brought a record number of overseas visitors to Scotland and the rest of the UK.
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Source: BBC News Scotland