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Hotels and Accommodation Market Research

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    Cost of living pressures have shifted consumers priorities when choosing where to stay, with hotels facing stiffer competition from other providersBrian O'Connor, Category Director - Irish Reports ..."

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    Hotels in China need to shift their focus from solely functional consumption to experiential consumption, aligning with the evolving habits of consumers. The opportunity lies in developing personalised services powered by intelligence and creating multifunctional spaces to offer not only accommodation but a lifestyle experience. Shannon Liu, Senior Research Analyst,..."

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    Hotels can become more appealing by positioning themselves as a haven for wellbeing, leaving guests feeling more relaxed during and rejuvenated after their stay. Marloes De Vries, Travel Analyst ..."
    “Holiday rental properties continue to show the highest growth potential of any accommodation type. The segment is benefiting from a larger pool of new customers as a result of holidaymakers wanting more personal space during the pandemic, while its affordable image and self-catering facilities help it to appeal amid the..."

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    "Accommodations are back! Industry revenue and profits have recovered despite only domestic leisure travel fully getting back to pre-pandemic levels. Still, properties will need to increase their occupancy, and they’ll have to entice a travel population focused on value, ease and control." - Mike Gallinari, Senior Travel & Leisure Analyst This Report..."

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    “China’s hotel volume started to shrink in 2018 due to the scale enlargement of individual hotels, and has been hugely impacted by the COVID pandemic, with a great number of small-to-medium hotels closing down while the growing number of mid-scale hotels led the market recovery trend. Hotels are advised to..."

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    “As hotel prices will likely rise as a result of soaring inflation, hotels will need to up their game to improve satisfaction levels in areas beyond customer service. Investments to improve the quality of food and drink and room facilities will pay off as these elements have a relatively high..."
    “After being hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak, the UK holiday rental property market rebounded strongly in 2021 and is set for another solid year in in 2022. The reopening of overseas travel for UK residents means that growth in domestic holiday rental stays is unlikely to be as strong..."

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    “COVID-19 has boosted demand for holiday rental properties and camping holidays, while suppressing demand for business travel. As such, hotels are challenged to strengthen their position in the market such as through introducing more concepts which bring together the uniqueness and self-catering aspect of holiday rentals with the facilities and..."
    “The number of consumers using accommodation has suffered at the hands of COVID-19. Consumer confidence is low when booking accommodation as a third of Irish consumers fear that they will contract the virus, whilst others fear their travel plans may be disrupted due to restrictions. However, staycations have grown in..."
    “As the accommodations industry begins to see signs of recovery, albeit likely temporary, the more indelible consumer demands are starting to be seen. Hospitality brands need to be able to address the needs of leisure travelers, while at the same time contending with the growing population of workcationers that will..."
    “UK holiday rentals were hit hard in 2020, like all forms of tourism, but when restrictions have allowed, they have proved more resilient than other travel sectors. Holidaymakers have sought out self-catering bubbles away from the crowds, on the coast or in the country. The home has become a place..."