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Lodging in Italy

In 2015 lodging value sales increase by 1% to €33.6 billion thanks to a good performance in all categories, from hotels to short-term rentals and other lodging, the latter mostly derived from the success...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Greece

Increased tourist arrivals in 2015 had a positive impact on the performance of hotels, outweighing the negative performance of domestic tourism amidst economic and political turbulence that reached...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in New Zealand

Hotels saw a 1% increase in current value sales in 2015. Luxury hotels registered the strongest current value growth of 9%. New Zealand was the subject of media attention as it has one of the highest...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Israel

Lodging increased by 9% in current value in 2015, mainly due to increasing hotel prices. Many of the country’s leading hotels increased their prices in 2015 in order to compensate for low occupancy...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Singapore

Lodging recorded more dynamic current value sales growth of 4% in 2014, as 12 new hotels opened that increased the supply of rooms in the national inventory by close to 2,000. The new crop of hotels...

Published:  September 2015
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The Future of Hotels in China to 2018: Market Profile

Synopsis: This report provides an extensive analysis of the hotels market in China: - It details historical values for the hotels market in China for 2009-2013, along with forecast figures for...

Published:  January 2015
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Lodging in Colombia

The occupancy rate in lodging in Colombia increased by two percentage points in 2015 to reach 55%, mainly due to increased domestic demand, which is in turn the result of the devaluation of the Colombian...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in the Netherlands

Total current value sales of hotels recorded modest growth in 2015. Mid-market and luxury hotels recorded a stronger recovery in 2015 while, at the lower end of the price spectrum, high levels of competition...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Chile

Lodging increases by 16% in current value terms in 2015 to reach CLP686.5 billion. As in previous years hotels drove lodging in 2015 with it representing 72% of total value sales. Hotels had a positive...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Argentina

In 2015, short-term rentals recorded 38% growth in the number of outlets and 69% current value growth. Airbnb.com remains the leader in short-term rentals, generating a 64% value share in the category...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Saudi Arabia

Hotels performed well in 2015, with current value sales in the area rising by 6% to reach SAR15 billion. Growth was driven by rising demand for hotel rooms thanks to increasing inbound and domestic...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Spain

Spain has the seventh highest number of 5-star hotels in the world. The luxury hotels category drove retail value growth in lodging in 2015 as these hotels were able to maintain competitive prices....

Published:  August 2016
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Travel and Tourism in China to 2018

China’s travel and tourism sector recorded a marginal growth during the review period (2009-2013).Domestic tourism is the major contributor to the sector and increased from 1.01 billion in 2009 to 1.45...

Published:  November 2014
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Lodging in Japan

Hotels continued to perform well and current value sales increased by 17% in 2014 to reach ¥3 trillion. Hotels also registered strong growth in both occupancy and average daily room rates, primarily...

Published:  October 2015
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Lodging in Sweden

Swedish hotels performed well in 2015, with value sales growing by 3% in current terms and the number of room nights up by 5%, while the occupancy rate rose for the third consecutive year to 54%, up...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in South Korea

Occupancy rates decreased in 2015 as inbound arrivals fell during the spring and early summer seasons due to the spread of MERS. However, the average daily room rate for hotels increased during the...

Published:  September 2016
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Lodging in the United Kingdom

Hotels remains a resilient lodging category in the UK, especially in London, where sales are consistently boosted by the city’s unique status as a major global destination as well as the relatively...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Venezuela

In January 2014, the Venezuelan government announced an 85% devaluation of the domestic currency, which helped to restore some competitiveness to lodging in Venezuela. The room rates for 5-star hotels...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in Croatia

Room occupancy in hotels constantly increased over the review period, except for a dip in 2014, due to the cold and rainy summer. Occupancy in hotels was 48% in 2015, which was better than the occupancy...

Published:  August 2016
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Lodging in the US

Hotel value sales grew by 5% in current terms in 2014 to reach US$113.6 billion, reflecting robust growth of 7% in inbound international arrivals. Since a sharp decline at the height of the recession...

Published:  September 2015
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