• Arts
  • Language Services
  • Furniture
  • Educational Services
  • Private Equity
  • Event Management
  • Nonprofit / Foundation
  • Manufacturing
  • Information Technology
  • Human Resources
  • Hotels and Restaurants
  • Health Care & Pharmaceuticals
  • Media - Broadcast and Publishing
  • Engineering / Construction
  • Food Products, Beverages and Tobacco
  • Petroleum Industry
  • Wholesale and Retail Trade
  • Travel and Leisure
  • Transporting, Moving and Warehousing
  • Telecommunications
  • Security Services
  • Real Estate
  • Marketing and Public Relations
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Consumer Goods
  • Law Companies
  • Consultancy
  • Architecture
  • Airlines


Hotels Survey 2017

Company: TaylorWessing e|n|w|c advokáti v.o.s.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Hotels Survey. We had a great response from professionals across the industry and are delighted to announce the results.

Key findings
The results from this year’s survey give us some interesting insights:

  • 62% of survey respondents consider the buyers will come from Asia. A similar picture to 2016.
  • Almost 2 in 3 respondents are optimistic about what the next 12 months mean for the Hotels market, 1 in 3 are unsure and only 6% pessimistic. Although Brexit uncertainty seems a never ending theme, last year 34% of respondents were either concerned or pessimistic.
  •  The attraction of the regions continues to grow – 42% of respondents felt they would recommend buying in the regions, up from 29% in 2016.
  • For three years running a significant majority of respondents do not believe the global brands can slow, let alone halt, the rise of the OTAs.
  • Control of costs is still by far and away the greatest challenge facing operators.
  • The constant creation of new brands seems to be slowing, being replaced by “soft” brands.

Hotels survey results - 2017

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