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Hotels in Mexico - July 2014

“The image of all-inclusive resorts has changed 180 degrees since 10 or 15 years ago and the segment has left behind its prior classification as a low-budget down-market form of beach holidays.”

- Jessica Rawlinson, Senior Tourism Analyst

The report looks at the following areas:

  • Where are the major concentrations of hotel capacity in Mexico?
  • What are the fastest-growing hotel markets in Mexico?
  • What are the fastest-growing hotel chains in Mexico?
  • What are the risks for Mexican beach resorts if Cuba is fully opened to US tourists?

 

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Overview

          • Figure 1: Mexico’s population (in millions), 2013-18
        • Economic outlook
          • Figure 2: Economic outlook projections for selected countries & region (y-o-y % change), April 2014
        • Inflation outlook
          • Figure 3: Forecasted inflation in Mexico (%), 2014-18
        • Currency
          • Figure 4: MXN/US$ exchange rate trend, 2010-14
        • MXD/US$ to remain steady
          • Figure 5: Forecasted trend in the MXN/US$ exchange rate, 2013-18
      • Profile of Tourism/Hotel Market in Mexico

          • Figure 6: Tourist arrivals in Mexico (domestic & incoming), 2007-17
        • Hotel arrivals and overnights
          • Figure 7: Hotel arrivals & overnights by grade & source market, 2012
        • Average length of stay
          • Figure 8: Average length of stay by hotel grade & source market, 2012
        • Hotel capacity
          • Figure 9: Mexico’s hotel capacity by grade, 2012
          • Figure 10: Hotel capacity by major destination* (rooms), December 2011-13
        • Trend in occupancy
          • Figure 11: Hotel occupancy by major destination (% of rooms occupied), December 2011-13
      • Mexican Hotel Markets by State

          • Figure 12: Political map showing the states of Mexico, 2014
        • Aguascalientes
          • Figure 13: Aguascalientes’ hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 14: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Aguascalientes, 2012
        • Baja California
          • Figure 15: Baja California’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 16: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Baja California, 2012
        • Baja California Sur
          • Figure 17: Baja California Sur’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 18: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Baja California Sur, 2012
        • Campeche
          • Figure 19: Campeche’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 20: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Campeche, 2012
        • Coahuila
          • Figure 21: Coahuila’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 22: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Coahuila, 2012
        • Colima
          • Figure 23: Colima’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 24: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Colima, 2012
        • Chiapas
          • Figure 25: Chiapas’ hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 26: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Chiapas, 2012
        • Chihuahua
          • Figure 27: Chihuahua’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 28: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Chihuahua, 2012
        • Federal District (Mexico City)
          • Figure 29: Federal District’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 30: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Federal District, 2012
        • Durango
          • Figure 31: Durango’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 32: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Durango, 2012
        • Guanajuato
          • Figure 33: Guanajuato’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 34: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Guanajuato, 2012
        • Guerrero
          • Figure 35: Guerrero’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 36: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Guerrero, 2012
        • Hidalgo
          • Figure 37: Hidalgo’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 38: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Hidalgo, 2012
        • Jalisco
          • Figure 39: Jalisco’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 40: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Jalisco, 2012
        • State of Mexico
          • Figure 41: State of Mexico’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 42: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in the State of Mexico, 2012
        • Michoacán
          • Figure 43: Michoacán’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 44: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Michoacán, 2012
        • Morelos
          • Figure 45: Morelos’ hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 46: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Morelos, 2012
        • Nayarit
          • Figure 47: Nayarit’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 48: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Nayarit, 2012
        • Nuevo León
          • Figure 49: Nuevo León’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 50: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Nuevo León, 2012
        • Oaxaca
          • Figure 51: Oaxaca’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 52: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Oaxaca, 2012
        • Puebla
          • Figure 53: Puebla’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 54: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Puebla, 2012
        • Querétaro
          • Figure 55: Querétaro’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 56: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Querétaro, 2012
        • Quintana Roo
          • Figure 57: Quintana Roo’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 58: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Quintana Roo, 2012
        • San Luis Potosí
          • Figure 59: San Luis Potosí’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 60: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in San Luis Potosí, 2012
        • Sinaloa
          • Figure 61: Sinaloa’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 62: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Sinaloa, 2012
        • Sonora
          • Figure 63: Sonora’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 64: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Sonora, 2012
        • Tabasco
          • Figure 65: Tabasco’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 66: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Tabasco, 2012
        • Tamaulipas
          • Figure 67: Tamaulipas’ hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 68: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Tamaulipas, 2012
        • Tlaxcala
          • Figure 69: Tlaxcala’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 70: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Tlaxcala, 2012
        • Veracruz
          • Figure 71: Veracruz State’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 72: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Veracruz State, 2012
        • Yucatán
          • Figure 73: Yucatán’s hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 74: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Yucatán, 2012
        • Zacatecas
          • Figure 75: Zacatecas’ hotel sector by grade & occupancy, 2012
          • Figure 76: Hotel arrivals & overnights by source market in Zacatecas, 2012
      • Chain Penetration

          • Accor
            • Figure 77: Accor’s Mexican hotels, 2014
          • Barceló Hotels
            • Figure 78: Barceló’s hotels by location, 2014
          • Best Western
            • Figure 79: Best Western’s Mexican hotels by location, 2014
          • Choice Hotels
            • Figure 80: Choice Hotels’ Mexican portfolio by location, 2014
          • Grupo Posadas
              • Figure 81: A summary of Grupo Posadas’ brands, 2014
            • Market shares
              • Figure 82: Grupo Posadas’ 5-star hotel portfolio, 2013
              • Figure 83: Grupo Posadas’ four-star hotel Fiesta Inn portfolio, 2013
              • Figure 84: Grupo Posadas’ 3-star hotel One Hotel portfolio, 2013
            • Periferico Vallarta and One La Paz
              • Figure 85: Grupo Posadas’ pipeline at 31 March 2014
            • Grupo Real Turismo
              • Figure 86: Locations of Grupo Real Turismo’s three hotel chains, 2014
            • Hilton Worldwide
              • Figure 87: Hilton’s Mexican hotel portfolio, 2014
            • Hoteles City
              • Brands
                • City Express
                  • City Suites
                    • City Junior
                      • Portfolio details
                        • Figure 88: Growth of Hoteles City’s hotel portfolio, 2003-13
                        • Figure 89: Hoteles City’s hotel portfolio, year-end 2013
                      • Hyatt Hotels
                        • Figure 90: Hyatt’s Mexican portfolio, 2014
                      • Playa Hotels & Resorts
                        • IHG
                          • Figure 91: InterContinental-branded hotels in Mexico, 2014
                          • Figure 92: Crowne Plaza-branded hotels in Mexico, 2014
                          • Figure 93: Holiday Inn-branded hotels in Mexico, 2014
                          • Figure 94: Holiday Inn Express-branded hotels in Mexico, 2014
                          • Figure 95: Staybridge Suites -branded hotels in Mexico, 2014
                        • Marriott Hotels & Resorts/Ritz-Carlton
                          • Figure 96: Marriott’s Mexican hotel portfolio, 2014
                        • Marriott partners with FibraHotel
                          • FibraHotel
                            • Figure 97: FibraHotel’s pipeline at 29 April 2014
                          • Meliá Hotels International
                            • Figure 98: Meliá’s Mexican hotel portfolio, 2014
                          • Hoteles Misión
                            • Figure 99: Hoteles Misión’s portfolio, 2014
                          • NH Hoteles
                            • Figure 100: NH Hoteles’ Mexican portfolio, 2014
                            • Figure 101: RIU’s Mexican hotel portfolio, 2014
                          • Starwood Hotels & Resorts
                            • Figure 102: Starwood’s Mexican portfolio, 2014
                          • Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
                            • Figure 103: Wyndham’s Mexican hotel portfolio, 2014
                        • What Next?

                            • Outlook for spending on travel and tourism
                              • Figure 104: Outlook for spending on travel & tourism in Mexico*, 2013-20
                            • Major international chains embrace all-inclusive
                              • Competitive threat if Cuba opened to US market

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                              Hotels in Mexico - July 2014

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