Accra is the bustling capital of Ghana on Africa’s Atlantic coast. This article provides an overview of the buoyant hotel market in Accra and explores the underlying dynamics that impact hotel development and growth in the city.
Online hotel guest reviews significantly influence the booking decisions of future guests. Implementing the 7-step strategy suggested in this article can improve guest satisfaction and may increase future bookings.
A three part tale of the hotel market in Tripoli, Libya. Looks at the hotel market before the civil war in 2011, during and after the uprising and provides an outlook for the future of hotel development and investment.
Nairobi is one of the key markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. This article explores tourism trends and hotel developments before evaluating hotel performance from 2009 to 2011 and providing five-year forecasts of occupancy, average rate and RevPAR.
As the boutique hotel sector continues to grow, operators must work harder to create a point of difference for their properties as well as to maintain a sense of exclusivity and aspiration, as we investigate this further in the following article.
September 16, 2011
ByCristina Balekjian ,Lara M Sarheim
The Middle East Hotel Survey 2011 includes 352 hotels and some 93,500 hotel rooms (an increase of 36% on last year) across 52 cities in the Middle East, making it one of the most reliable benchmarking surveys in the region.
HVS’s Middle East Hotel Survey for 2010 covers 259 hotels totaling 68,888 rooms. This year, we have included for the first time some additional submarkets, notably in the UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt.