This article provides a market snapshot of Ibiza, Spain. Ibiza is considered to be one of the most sought-after leisure destinations in Europe, widely known for its party life, cosmopolitan character and luxury hotels and resorts developments.
This article provides a market snapshot of Tuscany, Italy. Tuscany represents one of the most established touristic markets in Europe and the third most visited region in Italy, widely known for its landscapes, traditions, history and artistic legacy
This article gives an overview of hotel investment volumes in Europe in 2016, discussing trends and forecasts and providing a comprehensive list of single asset and portfolio hotel deals above €7.5 million.
Iceland has seen explosive tourism growth since 2010. Summer's midnight sun, Winter's Northern Lights and year-round natural beauty have kept the tourists coming, resulting in strong hotel performance and a booming sharing economy.
Glasgow's hosting of international events has increased its global exposure and led to the development of a cosmopolitan hotel pipeline, which is in itself a sign of greater investor confidence in Scotland's second city.
This article constitutes an update on the current state of the Greek Hotel Market featuring the latest news regarding the performance of the Greek tourism industry and highlighting recent and upcoming changes in the country’s hotel supply.
Private Student Housing has emerged as a mainstream global asset class. While the USA and the UK are currently well-established as markets for student housing investments, the European market remains relatively unexploited.
This article gives an overview of hotel investment volumes in Europe in 2015, discussing trends and forecasts and providing a comprehensive list of single asset and portfolio hotel deals above €7.5 million.
HVS has undertaken a comprehensive hotel performance analysis of the four main German cities: Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. This article is a follow up to our previous report ‘After the storm: Germany in the spotlight’ (October 2011).