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Hotel Valuation Index : Kenya - Nairobi

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 Kenya - Nairobi market.

Kenya

Nairobi's significance as a transport hub and financial centre for the greater East African community and the various tourist attractions are expected to continue to support growth over the short and medium term.

Learnings from and for Africa’s Game-Lodge Industry

As tourist and investor interest grows in the game-lodge industry and wildlife destinations around the world, the article brings to light some peculiarities and challenges of the lodging industry and lists some lessons/best practices for developers.

2016 African Hotel Valuation Index

The African Hotel Valuation Index releases hotel values and market trends for 21 cities in 16 different countries of Africa.

Proliferation of Serviced Apartments, Nairobi, Kenya

This article provides an overview of the serviced apartment segment of lodging in Nairobi, which HVS has been actively examining since 2011.

Nairobi 2013: The Perfect Storm makes way for Nairobi 2014: Keep Your Nerve

One of the most important hotel markets in Africa, Nairobi suffered a turbulent 2013. Unsurprisingly, hotel performance across the city fell. However, a detailed analysis of the market paints a more positive picture.

A Time for Nairobi - Is a Time for Africa

This article highlights the strength of the Kenyan economy and the hotel market in Nairobi, including a forecast of average rate, occupancy and RevPAR for the next five years.

Hotel Market Snapshot Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi is one of the key markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. This article explores tourism trends and hotel developments before evaluating hotel performance from 2009 to 2011 and providing five-year forecasts of occupancy, average rate and RevPAR.