Cairo Sharm El Sheikh, Before and After examines the episode between 2011 and 2012. The hospitality sector in Egypt endured the backlash and the repercussions of the infamously titled Arab Spring, with the hotel sector being one of the hardest hit.
Despite its beauty, friendly people and relatively good weather, Košice remains an unknown destination.This article highlights the potential of a relatively untapped market that is bound to see growth in the coming years.
2012 was a year of change, from an economic, political and social perspective. Newly elected and re-elected leaders sought to reform and revive, while international visitation fluctuated as a result of the rehabilitation of certain destinations.
HVS has undertaken a comprehensive hotel performance analysis of the four main German cities: Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. This article is a follow up to our previous report ‘After the storm: Germany in the spotlight’ (October 2011).
A three part tale of the hotel market in Tripoli, Libya. Looks at the hotel market before the civil war in 2011, during and after the uprising and provides an outlook for the future of hotel development and investment.
What is needed to reposition an entire destination? All around the world destinations reach a mature life cycle and are forced to re-invent themselves due to increased global competition. This case study on Montenegro can provide an insight.
The article presents the changes in the tourism landscape of Sri Lanka in the past two years, with improvements in infrastructure, tourist arrivals, and hotel market performances, concentrating on the hotel markets of Colombo and the Southwest Coast.
August 27, 2012
ByInshita Wij ,Kaushik Vardharajan