Find out what lies behind the full recovery of the hotel industry in 2022 and how it affects the sector moving forward into 2023.
Global hospitality has made an almost full recovery during 2022 and RevPar in almost all regions is now higher than pre-pandemic levels. ADR has also risen by as much as 47% in some cases. The outlook for 2023? Read on to find out.
Brazil hotel occupancy now stands at higher than pre-pandemic levels, particularly in upscale hotels. RevPAR has also risen in tandem with higher room rates. Read the full story.
Read our summary of an interview with two experts in hotel investment in South America, discussing what's new in the market and why resort developments present some of the most active opportunities.
Appetite for hotel investment continues apace this year, with the Americas shining as one of the hot spots for investors. Rev/PAR in the area is already ahead of 2019. Get all the facts and figures in our latest news article.
Sentiments about financial results for hotel REITs were the most positive of all property sectors in Q2 this year on all accounts, says recent S&P Global Market Intelligence report.
As the lodging industry gradually returns to full activity levels, certain sectors are thriving on the back of strong consumer demand. They include resort hotels that provide the experiences holidaymakers are looking for. Find out more.
As tourism returns to full capacity, investors refocus on the hospitality sector. But what does this shift mean for hotel investment in 2022? Discover the four key trends driving the market this year.
Luxury hotels in Brazil experience a boom as high-end tourists spend more on their holidays. As a result, several 5 and 6-star hotels have recently opened or are in the pipeline.
With the arrival of more luxury hotel brands, Brazil consolidates its presence in ultra-luxury travel worldwide and attracts high-end travellers to its unique nature and coastline.
After transaction levels in 2021 on a par with those in 2019, global hotel investment looks set for a busy year. Resort or luxury hotels in the Americas top the list of favourites among the increasing numbers of private investors.
With the world expected to enter the "Diamond Age of travel", one of the main beneficiaries will be the hotel industry, a sector that can expect to see "robust KPIs" over the next 7-9 years. Discover why analysts are so bullish about hotel investment this year.