In this second, 2018 edition of the Hotels & Chains in Switzerland report, we reviewed the business models employed at chain affiliated hotels in Switzerland. Currently nearly half of them are owner operated, yet other business models are on the rise. We will keep an eye on the development in the years to come.
Kuala Lumpur’s Urban Push Attracting Luxury Hotel Brands. An expanding urban city skyline is the subject of the new Kuala Lumpur Hotel & Hotel Residences Update by Horwath HTL and C9 Hotelworks. With Malaysia forecasting 28 million visitors in 2018, the county’s economic growth is on an upward trajectory bolstered by strong exports and rising domestic [...]
In 2015, the Switzerland Tourism started promoting the ‘Grand Tour of Switzerland’. Some people called it the ‘Route 66’ of Switzerland. It’s a 1,600 km long route that connects 45 major sights and attractions of this rather small country.
With that in mind, Michaela Wehrle from Horwath HTL Switzerland thought it would be a good [...]
Horwath HTL Denver has produced our latest market report about the ‘Current Image’ of Denver as far as being a potential ‘World Class’ City.
Being a City that has accomplished a great deal in the last 10-25 years, Denver has seen its overall image increased significantly. This improvement in image (new international airport, new international air [...]
“The goal behind this report was to try and accurately shed light on the current hotel situation and see how each market is evolving. Investors need transparency and brands need to know what the competitive landscape looks like.”
A few years ago, our team in Rome decided to put together a report on the state [...]
Stefan Muff and Spring Fan of Horwath HTL Australia have written the latest Horwath HTL Special Market Report on Queensland, Australia.
While some resorts may take years to recover from the devastation of Cyclone Debbie, and a stagnant corporate travel market has slowed growth, the Queensland market remains strong. In 2016, Queensland recorded the largest [...]
Having recovered from the global recession, the Hungarian hotel market, Budapest in particular, is once again growing. However, a shortage in the workforce for the industry is becoming an increasing problem. Attila Radvanszki from Horwath HTL Hungary offers some potential alternatives as a way to mitigate the risk of this becoming a more [...]
Strong economic conditions and 3-4 years of unexpectedly strong growth in international visitor arrivals have generated increasingly strong demand for hotel accommodation. Written by Stephen Hamilton of Horwath HTL New Zealand.
Currently undergoing large-scale development to reach its objective of 20 million visitors by 2020, Morocco’s tourism sector is set to post around 7% growth per year, driven by the [...]
Montréal, a city bathed in French culture, will be celebrating its 375th anniversary in 2017. Celebrations are planned throughout the year in the hopes of attracting an ever increasing number of tourists.
Canada, a global tourism destination, will also be celebrating its 150th anniversary of Confederation. The country continues to register [...]