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Hôtellerie 08 août 2019

Christie & Co propose à la vente un portefeuille paneuropéen de 8 hôtels

Le portefeuille comprend 8 actifs situés dans des agglomérations de choix en Allemagne, au Royaume-Uni, aux Pays-Bas, en Espagne et en Italie, dont des villes comme Berlin et Turin. Les établissements tous implantés à proximité des centres-villes ou sur une voie de communicati...

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Hôtellerie 11 juillet 2019

Christie & Co annonce la vente de l'hôtel Institut dans le centre de Grenoble (38)

Gwendal Le Métour, responsable du bureau Christie & Co de Lyon, a accompagné Assas Hotels et Extendam dans l’acquisition de l’Hôtel Institut à Grenoble. L’emplacement de cet établissement entre la Gare et la Place Victor Hugo, la qualité de l’immeuble et sa capacité de 48 c...

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Hôtellerie 10 juillet 2019

Le marché hôtelier de la ville de Prague : étude en anglais

The Czech capital is the country’s cultural, financial and political centre. According to “Condé Nast Traveler”, the city is among the most beautiful in Europe. A majority of demand stems from leisure guests, which are attracted by the city’s picturesque landmarks including th...

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04 juillet 2019

Christie & Co annonce la cession du Grand Tonic Hôtel**** sur le Vieux Port de Marseille (13)

C’est le groupe breton Vicartem, basé à Rennes, qui s’est porté acquéreur de cet établissement emblématique de 56 chambres idéalement situé sur le Vieux Port. Cette acquisition est la première pour le Groupe Vicartem en dehors de ses bases du Grand Ouest où il possède 9 étab...

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19 juin 2019

Christie & Co releases its new report: 'Spanish Hotel Market : Resort Destinations'

Spanish hotels registered a total of 105.3m arrivals in 2018, of which 43.4% (45.7m) went to hotels located in resort areas of Spain. Demonstrating the strong performance of the areas commonly known as “sun and beach” destinations, Christie & Co has released a new report looki...

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Hôtellerie 28 mai 2019

Christie & Co et Örag conseillent et accompagnent Sofidy dans la vente de l’hôtel Meininger à Salzbo

La cession portait sur un immeuble mixte à proximité immédiate du centre historique de la ville de Mozart. Le bâtiment regroupe plusieurs classes d’actifs totalement loués. Le principal locataire est l’hôtel Meininger, un établissement 3 étoiles d’une centaine de chambres qui ...

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Hôtellerie 14 mai 2019

Vente de l'hôtel Best Western Elixir situé à Grasse (06)

Cet établissement 4*de 62 chambres est agréablement situé en entrée de ville dans un parc arboré avec piscine et espace bien-être. Il profite d’une vue imprenable sur l’arrière-pays cannois. L’hôtel attire à la fois une clientèle de loisirs et de séminaires grâce à 4 salles de...

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Hôtellerie 09 avril 2019

The Portuguese Hotel Market: a Christie & Co report

Christie & Co, conseil en immobilier hôtelier, vient de publier un rapport sur le marché hôtelier au Portugal.

Christie & Co Portugal & Spain has published an update of its “Portuguese Hotel Market” report, published for the first time in 2016.

Portugal has experienced remarkable tourism growth in recent years, reaching more than 12.7 million arrivals of international tourists in 2018. Demand has experienced an accumulated growth of 3.7% between 2016 and 2018, driven both by the domestic (+4.7%) and international (+3.3%) tourism. The hotel sector has also shown quality improvement in hotel supply, evidenced by the 4.7% increase in the number of 4 and 5-star hotels from 2015 to 2018. Improvement in supply is one of the main drivers of the sector's profitability, which has grown by 4% in 2018 compared to the previous year. Meanwhile, overnight stays have also increased throughout the country, registering 57.6 million overnight stays in 2018, with the largest portion accounted for by the international segment (71% international vs. 29% domestic tourism).

In 2018, Portugal maintained a total of 1,372 hotels (101,946 rooms), 18% of which were 5-star hotels, 46% of which were 4-star hotels and 24% of which were 3-star hotels, with only 12% from lower categories. Taking the total number of hotels in the country as a reference, Portugal reached a RevPAR of €52.2 in 2018 (+4.0% compared to 2017), an ADR of €79.8 (+5.7%/2017) and 65.4% occupation, which is the only indicator that has decreased compared to the previous year (-1.7%).

In addition to offering an overview of the country’s hotel sector , the report also analyses the areas of Portugal which enjoy high levels of tourism demand, including two urban destinations (Lisbon and Porto) and two resort destinations (the Algarve and Madeira), and considers the supply and demand levels, strengths and weaknesses, and key performance indicators of each.

Lisbon’s profitability is remarkable. Recording occupancy levels of almost 76% in 2018, an ADR of €103.3 and a RevPAR of €78.3, Lisbon leads the ranks among the four areas, although it is not the area with the highest number of hotels (275 hotels registered in 2018). Identified as the area with the largest hotel supply (351 hotels) Porto registered the highest RevPAR growth in Portugal, reaching €46.0 in 2018 (+9.0% with respect to 2017). It also obtained notable growth in ADR, reaching €71.7 (+8.7% versus 2017), while occupancy levels experienced a light increase, reaching an average of 64.2% (+0.3%/2017).

Regarding the resort destinations analysed in the report, the Algarve exceeds Madeira in terms of ADR (€83.0 against €69.0), as well as RevPAR (€54 versus €51). However, Madeira registered occupancy levels are higher than those of the Algarve (74% and 65% respectively) in 2018. In relation to hotel supply, Madeira had 85 hotels registered in 2018 whereas the Algarve accounted for 156 hotels.

Joan Bagó, Market Analyst at Christie & Co and author of the report, comments: “Demand growth and the improvements in the quality of the hotel supply have allowed the country’s main urban destinations to increase ADR, leading overall hotel performance growth. On the other hand, resort markets, penalised by the international demand drop, have registered lower occupancy levels than the previous year.” 

Complementary to previous reports, the report offers an outlook on the coming years for the hotel sector in Portugal. With a positive economy and rising operating levels, the Portuguese hotel market can look forward to strong conditions which will attract foreign investors to the country, presenting the potential for investment growth similar to that seen in Spain over recent years.
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Hôtellerie 17 mars 2019

Les villes clés du marché hôtelier régional français

L’étude souligne une année 2018 positive pour le tourisme. Les 6 villes observées enregistrent une hausse générale du nombre d’arrivées par rapport aux années précédentes, en particulier au niveau du nombre de voyageurs internationaux. Le rapport, qui porte sur les villes d...

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Hôtellerie 16 mars 2019

German Hotel Market 2018

Berlin/Frankfurt/Munich. Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has released its annual report ‘The German Hotel Market: Overview of 6 key cities’, analysing the six top hotel markets in Germany. The report looks at how tourism in Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt am Main...

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