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Christie & Co publishes its first Baltic Hotel Market report, covering the capital cities Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius, which have shown continued, positive development over the last five years with growth driven by both domestic and international demand.
Christie & Co releases the third year in a row an update of its report “Hotel Market in Spain: Most Competitive Cities”, which analyses the 2017 evolution of the hotel markets of Barcelona, San Sebastian, Madrid, Malaga, Seville, Bilbao and Valencia through its main parameters: hotel demand, offer and profitability.
The development of the top 8 hotel markets in Germany. An analysis by Christie & Co in the current issue of Cost & Logis. This report is in German.
Tourism in Austria has significantly increased in the last 10 years, and today it is higher than ever before. This market report lends insight into the Austrian hotel market, drawing on key figures and developments across the country’s provincial capitals. This publication is written in German.
The growing tourist market for these Spanish cities as well as the recovery of a large part of the domestic segment has led to higher volumes of demand resulting in a consolidation of their hotel market.
To sell a hotel is much more complex than "just" selling a house or apartment. Our latest guide sets out the things you need to think about when selling your hotel. We tell you what to consider and do in each phase to maximize your opportunities and sell your hotel at the best price. The guide is written in German.
The flourishing German hotel market has shown growth for the eighth consecutive year with more overnights being registered in 2017 than in previous years. This market review will give you an overview of the six key cities: Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt/Main, Hamburg, Cologne and Dusseldorf.
Christie & Co releases its analysis of the hotel investment market 2017 in Spain, which denotes with 3.9 billion euros a new record year in the transaction volume in the hotel real estate sector.
Reviewing 2017 and looking ahead, we determine that businesses can look forward to a period of increasing confidence entering 2018. Our annual report identifies the sectors that benefitted from activity fuelled, in part, by the availability of finance and a surge of investors, along with increased tourism.
Uncovering the hotel investment opportunities throughout Europe, this report reviews the growth opportunities of feeder markets in Europe, analyses the issues surrounding accessibility and airport capacity and highlights which markets are expected to achieve strong RevPAR increases in the coming years.