The Market Snapshot: Asia Pacific 2023 highlights an overview of transaction activity in the region and presents 25 markets’ current hospitality landscape; each covering demand and supply dynamics, hotel performances, and key transactions.
Following the aftermath of hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar is looking to maintain the level of attention its travel and tourism industry received. With future events planned and a long-term vision, the country is actively working to diversify and strengthen its brand to keep up with its neighboring competitors.
The four counties surrounding Lake Tahoe are experiencing a significant boom in tourism and residential sales; however, affordable housing remains a concern. This article explores the restrictions on short-term rentals, the new lodging supply, and the new event center, which are key changes for the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Nicknamed “the Magic City,” Miami has maintained its position as a world-class destination despite the national economic challenges experienced since 2020. Hotels in the greater Miami-Dade market have continued to realize year-over-year growth in both average daily rate and occupancy over the last several years.
In Focus: Maldives 2021 provides an overview of Maldives' tourism landscape and hotel market performance, infrastructure development, workation, long-stay tourism, guest house culture, hotel transactions and investment in 2020, COVID-19 situation, outlook and crisis management.
The Raleigh market achieved historically high levels of economic activity and visitation in 2019. However, after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, the market suffered significant declines in business activity and hotel demand, similar to most metropolitan areas across the country. How did Raleigh sustain through the height of the pandemic? What is the market experiencing as it emerges from the pandemic, and what does the future look like for this state capital?
Several popular global destinations went from over-tourism to under-tourism in the last year, encouraging their tourism authorities to utilize the downtime to develop strategies that can help balance the two extremes in the future. Read on to know more.
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting restrictions on domestic and international travel, economic activity, and individual movement are having an unprecedented impact on the lodging and tourism industry in Latin America. While government authorities across the region work to manage restrictions and phased reopening plans, uncertainty prevails over the duration of the global pandemic.