Asia Pacific Hotel Research

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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.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Feb 2018

Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Feb 2018

06 February 2018

Total hotel investment volume increased in 2017 even while transaction activity has been subdued in key mature markets. The fundamentals of the hotel sector in the Asia Pacific region have remained strong and transaction activity in the region in 2018 is expected to increase.

 
 
 

Savills AUNZ Hotels Annual Report 2018

01 February 2018

We review performance KPI's and transaction activity across Australia's key markets for the 2017 calendar year.

 
 
 
Perspectives Singapore Hotel Market

Perspectives Singapore Hotel Market

23 January 2018

Perhaps it is now time to take a fresh perspective and reassess if the glass is half empty or half full. After all, as any investment banker will tell you, ‘past performance is not indicative of future results’.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Nov 2017

Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Nov 2017

10 November 2017

The investment sales market picked up tremendously in the third quarter, partly due to large scale transactions in China. Both domestic and cross-border investors are still actively looking for opportunities offering stable returns.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sentiment Survey 2H 2017

Asia Pacific Hotel Sentiment Survey 2H 2017

02 October 2017

The APAC market anticipates furthur rate compression in most of the Southeast Asia markets, with the exception of Vietnam. The hotel performance outlook in North Asia and Australia is more optimistic, with expected stability in both average daily rates and occupancy.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality September 2017

Japan Hospitality September 2017

08 September 2017

Though Japan faces some challenges in maintaining its stellar tourism growth, the outlook is positive and the government's efforts appear effective. Heightened competition is slowing performance growth in the limited-service sector, but strong tourism still offers upside potential, especially for regional and upscale hotels.

 
 

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