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This report reviews developments in the Asia-Pacific hotel industry, including capacity trends by country and chain penetration in the region. Definitions of the Asia-Pacific region vary greatly and cover many countries. For the purposes of this report, Mintel has selected the following countries and territories from the list supplied by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): Cambodia; China; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Laos; Macao; Malaysia; Myanmar; Philippines; Singapore; Taiwan; Thailand; and Vietnam. It should be noted that, while Hong Kong and Macao are politically part of greater China, as Special Administrative Regions (SARs), they maintain their own legal structure and currency and are treated as outbound destinations by Chinese tourism statistics. Meanwhile, paradoxically, Taiwan is a considered as a domestic destination by the Chinese.

The selection of countries is not exhaustive and excludes all non-Asian countries that are members of APEC (such as Canada, Mexico, Peru and the US), as well as those in Oceania. South Asian countries (such as India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka), which are not members of APEC, are also excluded from the report.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Introduction

      • Key findings
      • Data Sources

        • Overview

            • Figure 1: Travel and tourism expenditure in North East Asia*, 2010-20
          • North East Asia the heavyweight
            • Figure 2: Travel and tourism expenditure in South East Asia*, 2010-20
          • Hotel performance
            • Figure 3: Hotel performance by Asia-Pacific region, YTD end July 2009-10
          • Performance by country
            • Figure 4: Hotel performance by Asia-Pacific country* compared to prior-year period, end July 2010
          • Performance by major city
            • Figure 5: Hotel performance by major city in Asia Pacific* compared to prior-year period, end July 2010
        • Trend in Hotel Values

            • Figure 6: Average value per room for 5-star hotels in Asia, ranked by 2008 value, 2001-09
        • Supply Structure

            • Figure 7: Asia-Pacific hotel capacity, 2009
          • Cambodia
            • Figure 8: Cambodia’s accommodation capacity, by region, 2009
          • China
            • Figure 9: Chinese star-graded hotels, 2004-09
            • Figure 10: Number of rooms in hotels and similar establishments in China, 2004-08
            • Figure 11: China’s 25 leading urban hotel markets ranked by GDP, 2009
            • Figure 12: Annualised growth rate in internationally branded room supply, 2005-12
          • Hong Kong
            • Figure 13: Number of hotels/tourist guesthouses and rooms, 2005-13
          • Indonesia
            • Figure 14: Accommodation capacity, labour intensity, average daily number of guests, by province, 2009
          • Japan
            • Figure 15: Number of Japanese hotels, 2004-13
            • Figure 16: Number of rooms in hotels and similar establishments in Japan, 2004-08
          • Korea (South)
            • Figure 17: Number of South Korean hotels, 2004-09
            • Figure 18: Number of rooms in hotels and similar establishments in Korea, 2004-08
            • Figure 19: Number of properties, South Korean lodging segmentation, 2008
          • Laos
            • Figure 20: Hotels in Laos, 2002-09
          • Macao
            • Figure 21: Macao’s transient accommodation capacity, by type and grade, 2008-09
          • Malaysia
            • Figure 22: Hotel capacity in Malaysia, 2008-09
            • Figure 23: Hotel occupancy in Malaysia, 2008-09
          • Myanmar
            • Philippines
              • Figure 24: Number of rooms in hotels and similar establishments in the Philippines, 2004-08
              • Figure 25: Breakdown of available rooms in DOT- accredited and non-accredited hotels in metro-Manila, January-June 2009-10
            • Singapore
              • Figure 26: Trend in hotel capacity and revenue in Singapore, 1999-2009
              • Figure 27: Trend in ADR at Singapore hotels, by class, July 2009 & July 2010
            • Marina Bay Sands
              • Taiwan
                • Figure 28: Taiwanese hotel capacity, 2008
              • Thailand
                • Figure 29: Thai hotel and guesthouse capacity, by size, 2006-08
              • Vietnam
                • Figure 30: Number of rooms in hotels and similar establishments in Vietnam, 2004-09
            • Chain Penetration and Development

              • Accor
                • Figure 31: Accor’s hotel portfolio in North East and South East Asia, 2010
              • Five Pullmans for Vietnam
                • Carlson
                  • Figure 32: Carlson Hotels’ presence in Asia Pacific, by region, 2010
                  • Figure 33: Carlson Hotels’ presence in Asia Pacific, by brand, 2010
                • Hilton
                  • Figure 34: Hilton’s hotel portfolio in North East and South East Asia, September 2010
                  • Figure 35: Summary of Hilton’s hotel pipeline in North East and South East Asia, September 2010
                  • Figure 36: Details of Hilton’s hotel pipeline in North East and South East Asia, September 2010
                • Hyatt
                  • Figure 37: Number of hotels in Hyatt’s East Asia hotel portfolio, 2010
                • InterContinental Hotels Group
                  • Figure 38: IHG’s Asia-Pacific* hotel portfolio, 30 June 2010
                  • Figure 39: IHG’s Greater China hotel portfolio, by brand, 30 June 2010
                • Marriott (including Ritz Carlton)
                  • Figure 40: Marriott’s hotel portfolio in Asia Pacific*, by brand, 2010
                  • Figure 41: Marriott’s hotel portfolio in North East and South East Asia, 2010
                • Starwood Hotels and Resorts
                  • Figure 42: Starwood’s existing hotels and pipeline, by major Asian country and region, May 2010
                  • Figure 43: Starwood’s existing hotels and pipeline, by brand in Greater China*, May 2010
                • Wyndham Worldwide
                  • Figure 44: Wyndham’s Asian hotel portfolio, by brand and country/territory, September 2010
              • Asian Chains

                  • Budget hotel chains in China
                    • China Lodging Group
                      • Home Inns and Hotels Management
                        • Figure 45: Summary of operating data, 2007-09
                      • Motel 168
                        • 7 Days Inn
                          • Figure 46: Operating data for 7 Days Inn, 2007-09
                        • Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels
                          • Figure 47: Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels’ portfolio, 2009
                        • JAL Hotels Group
                          • Nikko Hotels International
                            • Hotel JAL City 
                              • Mandarin Oriental
                                • Figure 48: Performance data for Mandarin Oriental’s Asian hotels in which it has an equity interest, June 2010
                                • Figure 49: Mandarin Oriental’s pipeline at year-end 2009
                              • Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels
                                • Landmark Hotels
                                  • Luxury Hotels
                                    • Commercial Hotels
                                      • Figure 50: Jin Jiang hotels’ two- and three-star sub-brands, 2010
                                    • Asset management structures
                                      • Figure 51: Jin Jiang’s hotel portfolio by category and asset management structure, 31 December 2009
                                    • Budget Hotels
                                      • Interstate purchase
                                        • Shangri-La
                                          • Shangri-La City Hotels
                                            • Shangri-La Resorts
                                              • Traders Hotels
                                                • CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La
                                                  • Almost half are in China
                                                    • Figure 52: Shangri-La’s hotel portfolio, by country, September 2010
                                                  • Toyoko Inn
                                                    • Figure 53: Toyoko Inn’s hotel portfolio, by location, 2010
                                                • What Next?

                                                    • Hotel development pipeline
                                                      • Figure 54: Asian hotel development pipeline, Q1/2010
                                                    • A danger of oversupply?

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