“It is important to have an expert team that can optimize the potential of the underlying asset, one that has the language and experience to align the interests of the owners and operators in creating the best results possible. Horwath HTL has extensive experience across single unit and multi-portfolio organizations and will work hard to maximize [...]
Stefan Muff of Horwath HTL Australia has written the next in our series of Special Market Reports, focusing on Australia and Sydney’s market.
‘Australia’s hotel markets saw mixed results in 2015. Sydney and Melbourne continue to perform well while the resource heavy cities of Darwin, Brisbane and Perth all posted drops in RevPAR. In 2015 [...]
Stephen Hamilton of Horwath HTL New Zealand has written the next in our series of Special Market Reports, focusing on New Zealand’s tourism and hotel market.
‘The performance of the New Zealand hotel industry is improving strongly, with record occupancies and room rates currently being achieved. The outlook for continuing growth in hotel demand is [...]
Rupesh Penkar and Bell Tanyatanaboon of Bangkok-based Horwath HTL Health and Wellness explore the background of the global hot spring industry and its economic performance to determine the industry’s strengths, opportunities, and future trends.
‘Hot springs are known historically as the first “spas” with roots tracing back to 3,000 B.C., alongside the beginning of ancient [...]
Christina Connolly of Horwath HTL Ireland, has written the next in our series of Special Market Reports, focusing on the recovery of the Irish hotel sector.
‘Ireland experienced a stellar tourism performance in 2015 with record numbers of overseas visitors, a 5th consecutive year of RevPAR growth recorded for Dublin hotels and further growth predicted [...]
Matt Gebbie of Horwath HTL Indonesia, has written the next in our series of Special Market Reports, focusing on the many new faces of Indonesia.
‘To achieve their aggressive target of 20 million foreign tourist arrivals and 300 million domestic trips by 2019, the Ministry is encouraging investors and tourists alike to look further afield. [...]
Bell Tanyatanaboon and Matthew Brennan of Horwath HTL Health and Wellness, Thailand, have written the next in our series of Health & Wellness Market Reports, focusing on Bangkok.
‘In 2015, Bangkok realized year-over-year growth in its tourism industry. In 2016, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports reported that Bangkok’s tourism industry grew by 10.9% in [...]
Minh Ho of Horwath HTL Asia Pacific has written the next in our series of market reports, focusing on the market in the Maldives.
‘Over time, the Maldives has proven itself to be a resilient market and rebounded quickly from downturn. Benefiting from its pristine natural islands, crystal-clear water and idyllic sandy beaches, resorts are [...]
Sanja Cizmar of Horwath HTL Croatia has written the next in our series of market reports, focusing on how online reputation affects hotel trading performance.
‘Online reputation has become a major factor in the choosing of a hotel. Now, most travelers will use online sources to review hotels and other tourism operators during their decision [...]
Zoran Bacic of Horwath HTL Italy has teamed up with the Associazione Italiana Confindustria Alberghi and RES Hospitality Business Developers to write this year’s Hotels & Chains in Italy Report. This report was first presented at the MICE area of Bit 2016 in Milan, Italy, in collaboration with the Italian Association of Hotels and [...]
The Link Between Wellness and Sustainability. Andrew Cohan of Horwath HTL Miami, FL, USA has written the next in our series of Industry Reports. Andrew explores the connections between wellness and sustainability and uses this frame of reference to explain current trends in both soft programming and the physical design of resort hotel properties. This [...]
Minh Ho of Horwath HTL Singapore has written the next in our series of market reports, focusing on Singapore’s hotel market.
‘Despite the steady supply of hotels in the pipeline that will continue to put pressure on occupancy and ADR, hotel performance is likely to improve.‘