HVS leaders have hosted a webinar to offer expert perspectives on key hospitality issues including how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the regions and the kind of recovery hoteliers can anticipate
The event comes as the industry works together to share knowledge and ideas as it seeks to find the road to successfully exit this difficult period.
Once the Paris hotel sector overcomes the initial period of recovery, the longer term, post-Covid-19 future looks promising, according to the latest research. The Olympic Games in 2024, for example, is expected to provide a much-needed boost to tourism, according to HVS.
As officials in Germany begin a tentative reopening in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, HVS director Arlett Hoff here traces the spread pandemic and assesses how the county might bounce back from its impact
With the first chinks of light being seen in the Spanish battle against the coronavirus pandemic, Sophie Perret, senior director with HVS, here examines how two key tourism destinations might begin to recover from its impact
Hotels in London saw RevPAR growth of 0.9 per cent in quarter four of 2019, to £135.25, when compared with the previous year. However, average occupancy for hotels in the capital dropped back slightly in the final quarter of the decade, to 84.8 per cent.
Trading in quarter three for UK hotels has again showed a considerable contrast between those in London compared with the provinces. That is according to the latest UK hotel market tracker, produced by HVS London, AlixPartners and STR.
RevPAR in the UK’s regional hotels dropped 2.8 per cent in the first three months of 2019, according to research from HVS London, AlixPartners and STR. The fall was in marked contrast to the fortunes of London’s hotels, which saw like-for-like RevPAR increase by 3.6 per cent against the previous year.