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 Morocco - Marrakech market.
While the hospitality industry is going through one of the roughest years of recent history, it is crucial that strategic decisions are taken considering all aspects of an owner – operator partnership. This guide features 100 operators in over 47 countries and territories in the Middle East & Africa, and aims to guide owners in understanding the scale, presence and capabilities of operators in this region.
Africa Traveler and Hotel Guest Sentiment survey is by no means exhaustive, it does however prove there to be demand to start traveling again and to kick start the industry. The survey findings also show some changes are expected, we therefore urge all parties, government, airlines, hotel owners, operators and lenders to consider their businesses in light of these findings and to undertake further research to establish how we can all start the recovery process.
The serviced apartment sector in Europe continues to see strong supply and demand momentum. This report looks at the recent trends, discusses our 2019 lenders survey results and recent transaction evidence, and analyses the 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.
This article explores what effects increased visitation and other changes in the market are likely to have on the demand/supply balance in Marrakech's luxury hotel sector. We also provide a performance forecast up to 2016.
Morocco has identified tourism as a major growth area which is to be implemented through the Plan Azur. HVS is launching three articles on Morocco with the first one focusing on tourism trends and the outlook of Marrakech as a destination.
September 30, 2005
ByRiikka Moreau ,Bernard Forster