The HVI is the authoritative guide to U.S. hotel values, giving hotel stakeholders an educated edge in buying, selling, and holding opportunities. This online tool provides historical and projected values and RevPAR for the Amsterdam market.
Despite suffering the COVID-19 pandemic alongside the traditional hotel sector, the serviced apartment sector has been weathering the storm better owing to a few key factors that show a stronger resilience to a sudden and fundamental shift in demand. In this article, we examine recent innovations in the sector, give a performance update and explore the serviced apartment pipeline for Europe.
This market pulse provides an overview of the tourism and hotel market in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This snapshot discusses recent tourism trends, the impact of new supply on performance and provides a summary of the hotel pipeline.
The serviced apartment sector in Europe continues to see strong supply and demand momentum. This report looks at the recent trends, discusses our 2019 lenders survey results and recent transaction evidence, and analyses the pipeline.
The last year marked a true consolidation of the serviced apartment industry. This year’s article analyses the different operating models used within the industry and looks at the future pipeline as well as the latest investment transactions.
The 2012 European Hotel Valuation Index tracks trends in upscale hotel values in 33 key European markets. 2011
started as a year of improved performance, but it deteriorated to renewed uncertainty about the future during the second half of the year.
An overview of the main drivers of hotel performance through the economic crisis, into the early recovery in 2010 and towards the fourth quarter of 2011, we discuss recent hotel transactions, announced developments and values per room in the city.
The 2011 European Hotel Valuation Index tracks trends in upscale hotel values in 33 key European markets. 2010 was a year of recovery for the hotel sector: average hotel values per room across Europe, measured in euro, increased by 1.5%.
March 1, 2011
ByBen Russell ,Liliana Ielacqua ,Tim P. Smith