Global Hotels Market 2019-2022 Rooms and Revenue Analytics By Type of Hotels, Guest-Services, Number of Establishments and Customer Type

The report provides deep dive data analytics on wide ranging Hotels business aspects including overall revenue by customer type- Business and Leisure, by type of hotel- Budget, Midscale, Upscale & Luxury, Room & Non-Room Revenues, No. of Establishments & Rooms and Guest In-Flow’s

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Global Hotels Market 2019-2022:
Global Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics is a broad level market review of Global Hotels Market 22 Countries Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and United Arab Emirates.

Hotels (establishments that provide paid lodging and full guest services, typically with a continuous staff presence) market have seen moderate change in the recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future.

In Global hotel market, the total number of establishments increased at a CAGR of 1.71% during the period 2013-2017 accounting for 361,657 establishments in 2017. By 2022, the number of establishments are expected to reach 406,059 with a CAGR of 2.34%. During the review period 2013-2017, Luxury hotels are the fastest growing segment with a CAGR of 3.79% while Budget hotels are the slowest growing segment with a CAGR of 1.54%

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The report details out Room Occupancy Rate (percentage of available rooms sold during a given period), Rooms Nights Available - Occupied and Revenue per Room by Hotel Category for the period 2012 to 2021 along with Total Revenues by Hotel Category & Customer Type.

The report acts as an essential tool for companies active or plans to venture in to Global Hotels business. The comprehensive statistics within the report provides insight into the operating environment of the market and also ensures right business decision making based on historical trends and industry model based forecasting.

Scope:
- Overview of the Global Hotels business.
- Analysis of the Room Occupancy Rate, Rooms Nights Available and Occupied and total Number of Hotel Establishments & Rooms
- Historic and forecast revenues by Customer type and Hotel Category for the period 2013 through to 2022
- Analytics on Revenue stream - Total Revenue, Room & Non-Room Revenue, Revenue per Available and Occupied Room and Total Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category & Customer Type.

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- Outline investments on potential growth factors considering actual Market size and future prospects
- Evolve business plans based on forecasts information

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Key Points from TOC:
1 Global
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Global Hotels: Establishments by Hotel Category
1.3 Global Hotels: Rooms by Hotel Category
1.4 Global Hotels: Room Nights Available by Hotel Category
1.5 Global Hotels: Rooms Nights Occupied by Hotel Category
1.6 Midscale Hotels - Total Room Revenue by Customer Type
1.7 Global Hotels: Total Non-Room Revenue by Hotel Category & Customer Type
1.8 Global Hotels: Total Revenue by Hotel Category & Customer Type
1.9 Global Hotels: Guests by Hotel Category & Customer Type
2 Asia-Pacific
3 Australia
4 China
5 India
6 Japan
7 South Korea
8 Europe
9 France
10 Germany
11 Italy
12 Spain
13 United Kingdom
14 Middle East & Africa
15 Egypt
16 Saudi Arabia
17 South Africa
18 United Arab Emirates
19 North America
20 Canada
21 Mexico
22 United States of America
23 South America
24 Argentina
25 Brazil
26 Chile
27 Colombia
28 Peru
29 Appendix

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