Asia Pacific Hotel Research

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Japan Inbound Retail October 2018

Japan Inbound Retail October 2018

02 October 2018

Japan is evolving as a global travel destination, and the retail market is benefitting from the explosive growth of inbound tourism. The impact is being felt across various retail sectors. If the country skillfully targets different tourist preferences, some of Japan's retail market could continue to grow even faster than the rapidly expanding hospitality industry.

 
 
 
Asian Cities TW Hotel 2H 2017

Asian Cities TW Hotel 2H 2017

01 October 2018

The number of foreign visitors to Taiwan marginally increased, by 2.4% year-on-year (YoY) to 10.69 million in 2016, with Chinese visitors accounting for 33% (3.51 million), Japan for 18% (1.9 million) and Hong Kong and Macau for 15% (1.6 million).

 
 
 
Asian City TW hotel 2H 2018

Asian City TW hotel 2H 2018

01 October 2018

Hotels and Resorts is going to launch another four hotels in Taipei and New Taipei City by 2019 and expand to over 3,000 rooms in total. After investing NT$300 million in renovationsand joining the Hilton brand, Hotel Orchard Park reopened to focus on international tourists.

 
 
 

Spotlight Economic Drivers September 2018

07 September 2018

This publication routinely covers statistics which we believe are among the most influential to Australian property performance, such as economic growth, population trends and corporate profitability.

 
 
 

Savills AUNZ Hotels Quarterly Update (June 2018)

20 August 2018

Savills Hotels analyses market performance KPI's for H1 2018, looks at international and domestic visitor trends and provides a snapshot of recent sales transactions.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality August 2018

Japan Hospitality August 2018

17 August 2018

Demand for hotels has kept pace with robust supply, as inbound tourist numbers grow strongly and steadily. Hotel performance is likely to improve due to stricter minpaku regulation. Hotel players with different strategies are increasingly entering the industry, leading to a more mature, competitive landscape with reduced risk premiums.

 
 
 
China Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing - 1H 2018

China Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing - 1H 2018

27 July 2018

A continued pick up in first tier city occupancy rates has encouraged operators to gradually increase ADRs leading to renewed growth in RevPAR and reigniting investor interest.

 
 
 

Savills AUNZ Hotels Quarterly Update (March 2018)

17 May 2018

Savills Hotels March 2018 Update provides a 'performance pulse check' for Australia & New Zealand's key markets and also looks at recent sales transactions.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing May 2018

Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing May 2018

07 May 2018

Despite ongoing political and economic challenges, the keyAsia-Pacific hotel markets are seeing encouraging levels of investment activity. Strong cross-border investor appetite suggests that prime hotels which come to market will continue to attract aggressive bidding.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality February 2018

Japan Hospitality February 2018

28 February 2018

The hospitality sector remains popular among investors as increasing tourism continues to support sound demand fundamentals. High supply levels may concern hoteliers, but new regulations on minpaku and strong demand fundamentals could mitigate the negative impact of heightened competition.

 
 

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