Simon Hultѐn

Consulting & Valuation Analyst at HVS London

Simon HultѐnSimon Hultѐn is an Analyst with the HVS London office. Before joining HVS, Simon held various positions in the hospitality industry. His main responsibilities include hotel feasibility studies, valuations and market overviews for European hotels. He holds a BA (Hons) in Hospitality Management from Glion Institute of Higher Education with a specialisation in hotel development and real estate. For further information, please contact Simon at [email protected]

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Israel Hotel Market Overview 2020 – The Path To Recovery

The restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic have severely hit every sector across the globe, and the hospitality industry is undeniably among the hardest hit. In Israel, strict lockdown measures were implemented in mid-March, forcing all except non-essential businesses to close, including most of the country's hotels.

The Serviced Apartment Sector in Europe: Poised to Outperform

During the last 12 months, the serviced apartment sector in Europe continued to see strong momentum in both demand and supply. This year's report looks at the recent trends, discusses our analysis of the 2019 lenders survey results and recent transaction evidence and provides an outlook in terms of pipeline.

HVS Market Pulse: Stockholm – New Supply A Surmountable Hurdle

This market pulse provides an overview of the tourism and hotel market in Stockholm, Sweden. This snapshot discusses recent tourism trends, the impact of new supply on performance and provides a summary of the extensive hotel pipeline.

European hotel values see impressive gains as demand booms

Hotel values across Europe saw impressive growth of 3.9% in 2017 compared with the previous year when values stood still, on average, according to our 2018 European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI), published this week.

HVS 2018 European Hotel Lending Survey

This study presents the current lending environment for hotels. It consists of four topics, (1) lending parameters, (2) availability of debt by project and chain-scale segment, (3) loan characteristics, and (4) an outlook on lending criteria.