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Secteurs hors France 10 March 2020

The UK Hotel Market

Key regional UK markets; Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Bristol and Liverpool.

The United Kingdom is the 10th most internationally visited destination in the world, according to the UNWTO, with over 266m international overnights in 2018. Domestic visitation is also very strong with British travellers accounting for over 122m overnights in 2018, a 2.8% increase on the previous year.

The UK market has seen strong results in hotel performance and visitation, despite political and socio-economic challenges. The UK has recorded year-on-year RevPAR growth since 2010, supported by a positive economic background and a global increase in travel. Whilst London remains a key driver of UK tourism, capturing a large proportion of overall visitation, Regional UK markets have significantly gained popularity with both tourists and investors. In the past five years RevPAR growth in Regional UK has surpassed London, with a 2.4% 5-year CAGR, albeit with significant variances across markets.

However, new supply has started to impact performance in some markets and the number of hotel rooms in the pipeline shows that the trend will continue in the foreseeable future, although this varies considerably by market. Other challenges such as National Living Wage increases, business rates revaluation and recruitment and retention difficulties have had some impact on profitability levels.

The Regional UK market still presents opportunities for investors, developers and operators but it is necessary to understand the fundamentals and drivers of each individual market to accurately assess investment prospects. This report looks at the six largest regional cities by number of overnight stays and outlines each market dynamic by analysing the distinct context of demand, supply, performance and transactional trends.
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Hôtellerie 03 March 2020

Paris and Île-de-France hotel markets report

Christie & Co, hotel property specialist, is publishing its latest study: "French Hotel Market : Paris and Île-de-France". This report analyses the main Île-de-France markets including Inner Paris, la Défense, Petite Couronne and Grande Couronne, highlighting the development of their main hotel performance indicators in 2019.

Secteurs hors France 02 March 2020

The Hostel Market - Iberian Peninsula

Christie & Co today publishes a new report which analyses the hostel product in order to offer a real and current vision of one of the types of accommodation products that is growing and is attracting more interest among investors.

Secteurs hors France 02 March 2020

The German Hotel Market

Once again, the hotels and hotels garni of the largest German city destinations are recording increasing demand. Nevertheless, the revenue per available room in 3 cities has declined in 2019. Hotel real estate specialist Christie & Co looks back on an eventful year in Germany's top 6 hotel markets of Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne and Düsseldorf.