Horwath HTL Market Report New Zealand

By On 21st June 2017

The New Zealand hotel industry is continuing to perform strongly, with occupancies and room rates breaking last year’s highs.

Strong economic conditions and 3-4 years of unexpectedly strong growth in international visitor arrivals have generated increasingly strong demand for hotel accommodation. Written by Stephen Hamilton of Horwath HTL New Zealand.

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Stephen Hamilton


Stephen jointly established the specialist tourism and leisure consulting practice, Horwath HTL (formerly Horwath Asia Pacific Limited) in 2002. With thirty years consulting experience in the New Zealand tourism industry, Stephen has also undertaken engagements in Australia, Fiji and the Cook Islands.

Stephen’s enthusiasm and in-depth knowledge of the New Zealand tourism industry adds value for clients, by providing a well-balanced and sound approach to their specific needs and assisting clients to progress their business with quality information for decisions and strategies.

Stephen assists lenders, investors, funding sponsors, and purchasers/developers in both the public and private sectors, with the ability to quickly ascertain what financial and market analysis or research will be of most benefit.

Stephen’s service lines include market demand analysis, financial feasibility analysis, market research, economic impact analysis and strategy development.


 
shamilton@horwathhtl.com
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