Hot Spots

China

China, with the largest population of the world, is in huge economic transformation due to the fastest-growing middle-class. Nowadays the number of middle-class people in China has reached 500 million and in 2020, this figure is expected to increase up to 1.

Dubai

Over the last three decades Dubai has managed to become one of the global hubs for travel and tourism. Today, Dubai developed to one of the top destinations for global travellers and has become a centre of attraction for leisure and business visitors offering guests with a multifaceted destination combining beaches, desert, luxury hotels, shopping, entertainment and a thriving business centre.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong, the city where east meets west, boasts a wealth of shopping, dining and entertainment attraction. Tourism is one of Hong Kong’s four pillar industries and the city has rich experience in serving hotel guests, cruise passengers and conference delegates to international standards.

India

The Indian hospitality industry has experienced prominent growth in recent years due to various factors, including the rising purchasing power of domestic travellers, an increase in commercial development and foreign tourist arrivals, a growing airline industry and government-led initiatives aiming to stimulate the sector.

London

The hotel sector is a vital part of London’s booming tourism industry. London’s rich and diverse cultural offering is attracting visitors in record numbers. The capital is home to four world heritage sites, eight Royal Parks and all of the UK’s top 10 tourist attractions.

New York City

New York State’s hotel industry has experienced a decade of strong growth, driven by an increase in tourism. A record number of visitors (227.5 million) came to New York State in 2014, and a new record was likely set in 2015. To accommodate the increased demand, more than 45,000 hotel rooms were added across the State between 2006 and 2015.