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China’s evolving hotel market boosts occupancy rates

China's evolving hotel market is boosting occupancy rates this year.

Why do hotel investments offer such high yields?

Hotel investments are an increasingly popular option for investors seeking strong returns, especially at a time when the buy-to-let market is undergoing dramatic changes. But why do they offer significantly higher yields than other investments? And do they come at a price?

Number of Cape Verde hotel units up almost 10pc year-on-year

Official figures released in March from the Cape Verdean National Statistics Institute (INE) show that the number of hotel units across the archipelago rose by a mighty 9.6% year-on-year, from 178 hotels in 2010 to 195 in 2011.

Dubai based hotel chain comes to Mallorca

Dubai based luxury hotel chain Jumeirah has chosen the island of Mallorca for its first foray into Spain.

London hotel market outperforms the rest of the UK according to new study

According to a new study by STR Global and Whitebridge Hospitality, London hotel profitability over the last 11 years has outperformed the rest of the UK, seeing the profit gap between London and regional hotels across Britain widen since 2000.

Russian space hotel tops list of most unusual resorts

Russia has announced plans to launch a hotel into space in 2016. It will orbit the Earth at a height of 217 miles, but it's the not the oddest accommodation in the universe. Here are seven of the world's most unusual hotels...

Bulgarian Hotel Revenues Up 2% Q1 2011 Y/Y

The total number of accommodation facilities in Bulgaria - hotels, motels, camping sites, mountain chalets and others increased by 1.9% in the first quarter of 2001, compared to the same period of 2010.

European hotels benefit from north African unrest: study

European hotels enjoyed a strong first quarter with a 5.9 percent increase in revenue per room due to unrest in north Africa and an increase in business travel, the MKG consultancy said Wednesday.

William and Kate honeymoon Down Under could boost tourism

Prince William and his bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, may make Australia the destination for their royal honeymoon, a prospect that has tourism officials down under ready to fire up their barbies, according to The Telegraph.

Hyatt to open new India hotels despite partner scandal

The US-based Hyatt hotels group will go ahead with its plans to develop five new properties in key Indian cities despite its partner on the ground, DB Realty, being involved in a high-profile local telecom scam.
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2022/09/25 10:55:52am