Asia Pacific Hotel Research

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Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q2 2014

Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q2 2014

11 July 2014

The limited supply of prime assets in core areas is benefiting both core market secondary locations and prime properties in non-core markets.

 
 
 

HCMC Hotel Briefing Q2 2014

10 July 2014

In Q2/2014, one new 3-star hotel provided 85 rooms and one 3-star hotel with 86 rooms reopened. A 3-star hotel with 61 rooms temporarily closed for renovations. There were more than 12,700 rooms from 93, three to 5-star hotels, up 1% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 8% year-on-year (YoY).

 
 
 

Hanoi Hotel Briefing Q2 2014

09 July 2014

Ha Noi’s hotel market had 61, three to 5-star hotels with 8,490 rooms, up 4% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 10% year-on-year (YoY). The additional supply came from the official ranking of five hotels, including one 4-star hotel with 86 rooms, four 3-star hotels with 207 rooms and 100 rooms in a partially opened 5-star hotel in the west.

 
 
 

Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q1, 2014

10 April 2014

We have seen a significant increase in transaction activity by high net worth individuals and the smaller private groups. There is a large pool of funds available for assets in good condition in affluent locations, particularly freehold stock.

 
 
 

HN Hotel Briefing Q1 2014

08 April 2014

The Ha Noi hotel market comprises 57, three to 5-star hotels with approximately 8,150 rooms, up 4% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 5% year-on-year (YoY).

 
 
 

HCMC Hotel Briefing Q1 2014

07 April 2014

In Q1/2014, no new three to 5-star hotels entered market. HCMC had more than 12,600 rooms from 92 three to 5-star hotels, unchanged quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and up 7% year-on-year (YoY).

 
 
 
Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q4, 2013

Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q4, 2013

15 January 2014

In Japan, Singapore and Australia, a large number of riskaverse investors are still focused on core markets and prime assets. However, opportunistic investors are growing in number (and spending power), driving increased investment in countries such as Thailand, Viet Nam and Indonesia.

 
 
 

Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q3, 2013

01 October 2013

Hotel room supply is growing across Asia Pacific, resulting in more investment opportunities and driving volumes, especially in markets where unbranded hotels are not readily available. However, with only a few hotels being launched over the last few years in key cities, pricing has remained aggressive, with investors competing for any available assets.

 
 
 
Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q2, 2013

Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Q2, 2013

03 July 2013

The focus of international and regional investors remains on Japan and Australia where generous cap rate spreads are supported by deep and liquid markets. Elsewhere, opportunities are limited, but domestic investors have been able to conclude more transactions at a quicker pace compared with cross-border investors.

 
 
 

Australian Hotels Briefing, Q1, 2013

17 May 2013

  Occupancy across Australia dropped to 76.1% in March 2013 compared with 77.3% 12 months earlier.  

 
 

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