Africa Traveler and Hotel Guest Sentiment survey is by no means exhaustive, it does however prove there to be demand to start traveling again and to kick start the industry. The survey findings also show some changes are expected, we therefore urge all parties, government, airlines, hotel owners, operators and lenders to consider their businesses in light of these findings and to undertake further research to establish how we can all start the recovery process.
The article elucidates the various initiatives adopted by the hotel industry in South Africa's Western Cape, in response to the ongoing drought, in order to mitigate the challenges water scarcity brings to a water intensive enterprise.
2016 was a positive year for the African hotel market, tempered by external factors. What should investors expect in 2017? This article discusses the highlights from 2016 and looks ahead to what can be expected in 2017.
The 2011 European Hotel Valuation Index tracks trends in upscale hotel values in 33 key European markets. 2010 was a year of recovery for the hotel sector: average hotel values per room across Europe, measured in euro, increased by 1.5%.
Highlights of the recent changes in the 36 European markets analysed in the HVS annual European Hotel Valuation Index, in terms of trading performance and transactions, as well as an indication of the anticipated hotel values by the end of 2010
HVS London releases the latest edition of its annual review of European hotel value trends. The Hotel Valuation Index shows that on average hotel values across Europe fell 13%, the second year in succession the index has shown a drop in value.
HVS’s London office released the latest edition of the Hotel Valuation Index (HVI). The survey shows that on average hotel values across Europe, measured in euro, showed the first annual fall in value since 2003.
August 7, 2009
ByTim P. Smith ,Alexandre Smertnik ,Adamantia Phoca