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 South Africa - Johannesburg market.
With all the uncertainty that remains around the duration and outcome of this pandemic and its' prolonged impact on the hospitality industry in particular; HVS Hotel Owner and Investor Survey findings highlight hotel's operational status and challenges as well as hotel owners’ requirements to survive. In this AHIC broadcast series, the panelists, both of which are multiple asset hotel owners, discuss with Hala Matar Choufany the current issues and future investment appetite.
In Focus: Singapore 2020 provides an overview of Singapore’s tourism landscape and hotel market performance, infrastructure development, revitalising and repurposing hotels, hotel transactions and investment in 2019, outlook and crisis management.
Cape Town has been slowly recovering after the announcement of the suspension of Day zero in 2018 and is expected to grow further in the upcoming years, the upcoming political election will cause unrest in the province due to uncertainties.
The City of Gold benefits from its commercial Centre reputation and will continue to attract investors from across Africa and further afield. Rosebank continues to be a fast-emerging area in Johannesburg with vibrant commercial, residential and retail developments.
This market pulse provides an overview of the tourism and hotel market in Lisbon, Portugal. This snapshot discusses recent tourism trends, the impact of new supply on performance and provides a summary of the hotel pipeline.
South Africa has continued to strengthen its ties with China, to ensure that the economic engagement was mutually beneficial, continued to lead to infrastructure development, greater economic participation and the greater good of both countries.
With dam levels rising in Cape Town and the city becoming water-wise the threat of ‘Day Zero’ has been pushed out to 2020 or potentially ‘never’. The city now needs to market its comeback and set benchmarks for sustainable tourism destinations.