HVS In Focus: Seychelles

Continued involvement from the Seychelles Tourism Board and limited supply in the pipeline will enable the Seychelles hotel market to rebound in 2012 from contractions witnessed in preceding years. Tourist visitation has shown a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.

2012 Middle East Hotel Survey - The Impact of the Arab Spring

In 2011, all cities in Egypt experienced a double-figure decline in occupancy levels. The hardest hit was Nuweiba and Al Quseir, experiencing a 41 and 37 percentage point (pp) decline, respectively. Major tourist destinations Cairo and Sharm El Sheikh followed, declining by 35 and 34 pp, respectively.

The Hotel Investment Climate In Syria: Silk Route Ready For Remix

In this article we take a brief look at the investment potential of the Syrian tourism market with special emphasis on Damascus as hoteliers and investors gear up to enter Damascus and other Syrian cities in search of new opportunities.

Middle East Hotel Survey 2010 - Reshuffling the Deck

HVS's Middle East Hotel Survey for 2010 covers 259 hotels totaling 68,888 rooms. The number of participating hotels has increased 85% on last year´s survey )or a 74% increase in the total number of rooms'.

Amman, Jordan - Market Snapshot

This market snapshot is the seventh in a series of articles that HVS produces on a series of key markets combining the market expertise of HVS with STR Global data. Our analysis for this market is based on a sample of more than 3,500 rooms.

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