Warner Leisure Hotels has reported 92% occupancy for its properties during July this year. The company has also posted occupancy above 80% throughout August, up 6% on last year and guests are spending more on their break. However Warners has said that despite a 54% rise in calls compared to the same period in 2010 and a 20% increase in new guest sales, it still has availability for selected summer breaks. Meanwhile, the company held its first silent disco at Nidd Hall in Yorkshire recently for the over 60s. Former Radio 1 DJ Tony Blackburn played the disco, which was held to gage the popularity of the concept before inclusion in the new 2012 brochure. “Dancing and music are key elements of our breaks,” said Allan Lambert, head of retail sales at Bourne Leisure. “Whilst Warner Leisure Hotels probably isn’t the first place you’d expect to host something like this, we really wanted to give our guests the opportunity to try something fun, new and a bit different”.