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Hotels in South America - South America - October 2017

"A reviving South American economy should give the region’s hotel sector a lift. The important news is that the continent’s two biggest economies, Argentina and Brazil, which together account for well over two thirds of South America’s economy, are pulling out of recession in 2017 and are projected to embark on a multi-year period of growth. The South American hotel sector depends for the most part on domestic and interregional demand. Thus, the revival in the region’s economy is a crucial factor for the continent’s hospitality business going forward."

- Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst

This report will look at the following areas:

  • What has been the recent trend in arrivals and overnights in South American hotels?

  • What is the breakdown of South American hotel capacity by country/region?

  • Which are the main South American hotel groups and what is the nature of their portfolios?

  • How extensive is the presence of foreign hotel chains in South America?

  • How will the current economic, geopolitical and regulatory environment impact the South American hotel sector?

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Overview

        • Spending on travel and tourism
          • Figure 1: Spending on travel & tourism in Latin America, 2016 & 2027
        • Argentina
          • Figure 2: Spending on travel & tourism in Argentina, 2016 & 2027
        • Bolivia
          • Figure 3: Spending on travel & tourism in Bolivia, 2016 & 2027
        • Brazil
          • Figure 4: Spending on travel & tourism in Brazil, 2016 & 2027
        • Chile
          • Figure 5: Spending on travel & tourism in Chile, 2016 & 2027
        • Colombia
          • Figure 6: Spending on travel & tourism in Colombia, 2016 & 2027
        • Ecuador
          • Figure 7: Spending on travel & tourism in Ecuador 2016 & 2027
        • Paraguay
          • Figure 8: Spending on travel & tourism in Paraguay, 2016 & 2027
        • Peru
          • Figure 9: Spending on travel & tourism in Peru, 2016 & 2027
        • Uruguay
          • Figure 10: Spending on travel & tourism in Uruguay, 2016 & 2027
      • Arrivals and Overnights

        • Argentina
          • Arrivals
            • Figure 11: Arrivals in tourist accommodation in Argentina by month & type of establishment, January-May 2017
          • Overnights
            • Figure 12: Overnights in tourist accommodation in Argentina by month & type of establishment, January-May 2017
          • Average length of stay
            • Figure 13: Average length of stay in tourist accommodation by type, January-May, 2017
          • Bolivia
              • Figure 14: Domestic & incoming arrivals in tourist accommodation in Bolivia by main city, 2010-16
            • Brazil
              • Figure 15: Arrivals* in Brazilian tourist accommodation establishments, 2013-21
              • Figure 16: Breakdown between domestic & incoming tourist arrivals* in Brazilian tourist accommodation establishments, 2013-16
            • Incoming arrivals
              • Figure 17: Incoming tourist arrivals to Brazil by regional & country source markets, 2015-16
            • Chile
              • Figure 18: Hotel arrivals, overnights & performance by region & tourist destination in Chile, 2016
            • Colombia
              • Figure 19: Arrivals* in Colombian tourist accommodation establishments, 2013-21
              • Figure 20: Breakdown between domestic & incoming tourist arrivals* in Colombian tourist accommodation establishments, 2015-16
            • Travel motivation
              • Figure 21: Travel motivation for guests in Colombian hotels by month, 2016-June 2017
            • Ecuador
              • Figure 22: Incoming arrivals in Ecuador, 2015-16
            • Peru
              • Figure 23: Incoming arrivals to Peru by top 10 source market, January-June 2015 & January-June 2016
          • Hotel Performance

              • Figure 24: South American hotel performance, y-o-y July 2017, & YTD y-o-y July 2017
              • Figure 25: South American hotel performance, y-o-y July 2017 & YTD y-o-y July 2017
            • Bolivia
              • Figure 26: Trend in average rates in Bolivian hotels by grade, 2010-16
            • Brazil
              • Figure 27: Hotel performance in major Brazilian cities, 2016
            • Chile
              • Figure 28: Hotel performance in Chile by region*, 2016
            • Colombia
              • Figure 29: Room occupancy (%) in Colombian hotels by month & by size of establishment, 2014-June 2017
            • Peru
              • Figure 30: Average room occupancy in tourist accommodation establishments by type, June 2015 & June 2016 & January-June 2015 & January-June 2016
            • Uruguay
              • Figure 31: Incoming arrivals to Uruguay by source major market, 2010-15
          • Hotel Capacity

            • Argentina
              • Figure 32: Tourist accommodation establishments by type in Argentina, January-May 2017
            • Room capacity
              • Figure 33: Available room capacity in tourist accommodation establishments by type in Argentina, January-May 2017
            • Bed capacity
              • Figure 34: Bed capacity in tourist accommodation establishments by type in Argentina, January-May 2017
            • Bolivia
              • Figure 35: Trend in Bolivia's hotel capacity by grade, 2010-16
            • Brazil
              • Figure 36: Brazil’s tourist accommodation* capacity by region & state, 2014-16
            • Chile
              • Figure 37: Beds in hotels & alternative accommodation establishments in Chile, December 2014, 2015 & 2016
            • Hotel room capacity
              • Figure 38: Hotel* rooms by region & tourist destination, January 2014-December 2016
            • Peru
              • Figure 39: Number of tourist accommodation establishments by type, June 2015 & June 2016
              • Figure 40: Room capacity in tourist accommodation establishments by type, June 2015 & June 2016
              • Figure 41: Bed capacity in tourist accommodation establishments by type, June 2015 & June 2016
          • International Chain Penetration

              • AccorHotels
                • Figure 42: AccorHotels’ South American portfolio by brand & country (no of hotels), 2017
              • Best Western
                • Figure 43: Best Western’s portfolio in South America by country & city location, 2017
              • Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
                • Figure 44: Carlson Rezidor’s South American hotel portfolio by brand & location, 2017
              • Choice Hotels International
                • Figure 45: Choice’s Brazilian hotel portfolio, 2017
              • Hilton Hotels
                • Figure 46: Hilton’s South American portfolio by country, 2017
              • Hyatt Hotels
                • Figure 47: Hyatt’s South American hotel portfolio, 2017
              • Hyatt plans to open two Hyatt Centric Hotels in Peru and Chile
                • IHG
                  • Figure 48: IHG’s South American hotel portfolio by country & brand, 2017
                • Marriott International
                  • Figure 49: Marriott’s South American hotel portfolio, 2017
                  • Figure 50: Marriott’s South American portfolio operating under former Starwood brands, 2017
                • Meliá Hotels International
                  • Figure 51: Meliá’s South American portfolio by country & city, 2017
                • NH Hoteles
                  • Figure 52: NH Hoteles’ South American portfolio, 2017
                • Wyndham Hotel Group
                  • Wyndham has acquired Fën Hotels
                    • Figure 53: Wyndham’s South American portfolio by location & brand, 2017
                • What Next?

                    • South American economy is rebounding
                      • Figure 54: Annual real growth rates for south American countries (%), 2015-22
                    • Brazil coming out of recession
                      • …but Venezuela to remain depressed
                        • Growing interest from international chains
                          • AccorHotels
                            • Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
                              • Hilton
                                • A Hampton for Santiago
                                  • InterContinental Hotels Group
                                    • Marriott International
                                      • Wyndham Hotel Group

                                      Companies Covered

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                                      Hotels in South America - South America - October 2017

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