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Holidays and Travel Market Research

Mintel’s holidays and travel market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the holidays and travel market size and holidays and travel market share.


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  1. Domestic Tourism - UK - December 2009

    This report provides an overview of the market for domestic holidays, investigating the core market factors, strengths and weaknesses, consumer dynamics and likely future developments.

    • The British took 42.3 million domestic holidays in 2009, according to Mintel’s estimate. For the first time in ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    UK
  2. Inbound Tourism - UK - November 2009

    In 2008 there were almost 900,000 fewer visits to the UK from overseas, the first reduction in inbound travel since 2001 (when foot and mouth and 9/11 made for a particularly difficult period).

    However, in 2009, there has been a marked increase in holidays to the UK. Mintel estimates that there ...

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    November 2009
    UK
  3. Hotel Catering - UK - October 2009

    Despite the increasing popularity of no-frills/budget hotels during the recession, catering continues to be an important element of the stay for many consumers. Just over 27m people stating that they’ve eaten breakfast in a hotel in the last three years.

    • Almost 13m people like the convenience of ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2009
    UK
  4. Health and Wellness Holidays - UK - October 2009

    • In the last three years 14.6 million adults have experienced some sort of health and wellness activity while on holiday.
    • As would be expected, it is the use of spas and spa facilities at hotels which makes up most of this figure.
    • A further 3.6 million adults have not yet tried health and wellness ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2009
    UK
  5. Holiday Property Abroad - UK - October 2009

    Despite a global property crash the holiday home dream remains undiminished but consumers are now far more risk-averse. A quarter are concerned about being ‘ripped off’ or about possible legal problems and belief in the investment value of owning a home abroad has also halved over the past two ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2009
    UK
  6. Holidays to the US - UK - September 2009

    The number of holidaymakers opting for overseas breaks has fallen dramatically in 2009. The drop began in the second half of 2008 as the recession took hold, and the number of those travelling to the US was hit hard. Thus ended the gradual rise that had been apparent post-9/11, denting the hopes ...

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    September 2009
    UK
  7. Budget Hotels - UK - August 2009

    Unlike many of the sectors in the travel market, budget hotels find themselves well placed to face down the recession. Businesses have cut budgets and many commercial travellers have turned to the budget chains in place of the mid-market hotels they had previously been using. Leisure travellers ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2009
    UK
  8. Learning from my Holiday - UK - August 2009

    Despite a lingering reputation for philistinism, Brits on holiday show a high degree of cultural engagement, with six out of ten adults having visited a museum and learnt about the location whilst on holiday in the past three years.

    Specialist learning holidays – offering creative, linguistic, ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2009
    UK
  9. Short-haul Airlines - UK - July 2009

    The boom in air travel witnessed until the second half of 2008 was fuelled by short-haul airlines. The rise of the low-cost providers opened up the market to consumers who had previously been unable to afford flights, while many with greater means reacted by increasing their overseas travel. ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2009
    UK
  10. Cycling Holidays - UK - July 2009

    One fifth of the population (9.7 million adults) have very positive attitudes towards cycling holidays. However, even amongst these most enthusiastic consumers only one in ten has taken a holiday involving cycling in the past 12 months, and three in ten of them have never actually been on any kind ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2009
    UK
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