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“Since 2015, the pipeline of chain hotel rooms in Sub-Saharan Africa has grown by almost half, which portends a significant increase in chain-hotel capacity across the region. Otherwise, the franchising of hotels is on the rise in the region – especially in East Africa – and the underserved Francophone countries of West Africa offer particularly interesting opportunities for hotel-chain expansion.”
– Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst

This report looks at the following areas:

  • Which Sub-Saharan African countries record the most expenditure on travel and tourism?
  • Which are the leading Sub-Saharan African countries for inbound tourism?
  • How extensive is hotel-chain penetration in Sub-Saharan Africa?
  • Which are the leading international and regional chains in Sub-Saharan Africa?
  • Which Sub-Saharan African countries have the biggest development pipelines of chain hotels?
  • What are some major hotel development projects in Sub-Saharan Africa

What's included

What's included

Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Overview

          • Figure 1: Countries & capital cities of Sub-Saharan Africa, 2019
        • GDP growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
          • Figure 2: Forecasted GDP growth in Sub-Saharan African countries, (US$bn), 2018-23
        • Outlook for spending on travel and tourism
          • Figure 3: Spending on travel & tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa*, 2018, 2019 & 2029
        • Tourism expenditure by type
          • Figure 4: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2018
        • Inbound and outbound travel
          • Figure 5: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Sub-Saharan Africa, estimated 2019
        • Top ten countries for travel and tourism spending in Sub-Saharan Africa
          • Figure 6: Top 10 countries for travel & tourism spending in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2018, 2019, 2029
        • Angola
          • Figure 7: Spending on travel & tourism in Angola, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 8: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Angola, 2018
          • Figure 9: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Angola, estimated 2019
        • Botswana
          • Figure 10: Spending on travel & tourism in Botswana, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 11: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Botswana, 2018
          • Figure 12: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Botswana, estimated 2019
        • Ethiopia
          • Figure 13: Spending on travel & tourism in Ethiopia, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 14: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Ethiopia, 2018
          • Figure 15: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Ethiopia, estimated 2019
        • Ghana
          • Figure 16: Spending on travel & tourism in Ghana, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 17: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Ghana, 2018
          • Figure 18: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Ghana, estimated 2019
        • Kenya
          • Figure 19: Spending on travel & tourism in Kenya, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 20: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Kenya, 2018
          • Figure 21: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Kenya, estimated 2019
        • Mauritius
          • Figure 22: Spending on travel & tourism in Mauritius, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 23: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Mauritius, 2018
          • Figure 24: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Mauritius, estimated 2019
        • Nigeria
          • Figure 25: Spending on travel & tourism in Nigeria, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 26: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Nigeria, 2018
          • Figure 27: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Nigeria, estimated 2019
        • South Africa
          • Figure 28: Spending on travel & tourism in South Africa, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 29: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in South Africa, 2018
          • Figure 30: Inbound & outbound travel to/from South Africa, estimated 2019
        • Tanzania
          • Figure 31: Spending on travel & tourism in Tanzania, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 32: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Tanzania, 2018
          • Figure 33: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Tanzania, estimated 2019
        • Uganda
          • Figure 34: Spending on travel & tourism in Uganda, 2018, 2019 & 2029
          • Figure 35: Breakdown of tourism expenditure by type in Uganda, 2018
          • Figure 36: Inbound & outbound travel to/from Uganda, estimated 2019
        • Business environment
            • Figure 37: Sub-Saharan African countries ranked by the WEF’s Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index, 2017
        • Regional Hotel Performance

            • Figure 38: Hotel performance in southern Africa, year-to-date, March 2019 vs March 2018
          • A rebound in March
            • Figure 39: Hotel performance in southern Africa, March 2019 vs March 2018
          • Uptrend continued in April
          • Hotel Capacity & Performance by Country

              • Angola
                • Figure 40: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
              • Arrivals and overnights
                • Figure 41: Arrivals & overnights by type of establishment, 2013-17
              • Performance
                • Figure 42: Room & bed occupancy hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
              • Accommodation capacity
                • Figure 43: Accommodation establishments in Angola, 2013-17
              • Botswana
                • Figure 44: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
              • Arrivals and overnights
                • Performance
                  • Figure 45: Room & bed occupancy in hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
                • Accommodation capacity
                  • Figure 46: Accommodation establishments in Botswana, 2013-17
                • Mauritius
                  • Figure 47: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                • Arrivals and overnights
                  • Figure 48: Arrivals & overnights by type of establishment, 2013-17
                • Performance
                  • Figure 49: Room & bed occupancy in hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
                • Accommodation capacity
                  • Figure 50: Trend in Mauritian hotel capacity, 2008-17
                • Ethiopia
                  • Figure 51: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                • Arrivals and overnights
                  • Performance
                    • Accommodation capacity
                      • Figure 52: Accommodation establishments in Ethiopia, 2013-17
                    • Ghana
                      • Figure 53: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                    • Arrivals and overnights
                      • Performance
                        • Accommodation capacity
                          • Figure 54: Accommodation establishments in Ghana by region, 2014
                          • Figure 55: Accommodation establishments in Ghana by grade/type, 2014
                        • Kenya
                          • Figure 56: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                        • Arrivals and overnights
                          • Performance
                            • Figure 57: Room & bed occupancy in hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
                          • Accommodation capacity
                            • Figure 58: Accommodation establishments in Kenya, 2013-17
                          • Nigeria
                            • Arrivals and overnights
                              • Performance
                                • Figure 59: Room & bed occupancy in hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
                              • Accommodation capacity
                                • Figure 60: Accommodation establishments in Ethiopia, 2013-17
                              • South Africa
                                • Figure 61: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                              • Performance
                                • Figure 62: Performance of South Africa’s hotel sector, September 2018-February 2019
                              • Tanzania
                                • Performance
                                  • Figure 63: Bednights & occupancy in Tanzanian hotels, January 2015-August 2018
                                • Accommodation capacity
                                  • Figure 64: Tanzania’s hotel capacity, January 2016-May 2018
                                • Uganda
                                  • Figure 65: Expenditure by main purpose of trip (US$m), 2013-17
                                • Performance
                                  • Figure 66: Room & bed occupancy in hotels & similar establishments, 2013-17
                                • Accommodation capacity
                                  • Figure 67: Accommodation establishments in Uganda, 2013-17
                              • Hotel Chain Penetration in Sub-Saharan Africa

                                  • AccorHotels
                                    • Figure 68: AccorHotels in Sub-Saharan Africa by brand & country, 2019
                                  • Accor accelerates Africa development
                                    • New openings and developments
                                      • Target markets
                                        • US$1-billion investment fund with Qatar-based Katara Hospitality
                                          • Groupe Azalaï Hotels
                                            • Pipeline
                                              • Best Western
                                                • Figure 69: Best Western’s Sub-Saharan African hotel portfolio, 2019
                                              • Hilton
                                                • Figure 70: Hilton’s Sub-Saharan African hotel portfolio, 2019
                                              • Hilton to double hotels in Africa in next five years
                                                • Hilton Garden Inn
                                                  • A Canopy for Cape Town
                                                    • IHG
                                                      • Figure 71: IHG’s Sub-Saharan African portfolio, 2019
                                                    • Kempinski Hotels
                                                      • Figure 72: Kempinski’s Sub-Saharan African portfolio, 2019
                                                    • Source: Kempinski Hotels
                                                      • Mangalis Hotels
                                                        • Figure 73: Mangalis’ Sub-Saharan African portfolio, 2019
                                                      • Marriott International
                                                        • Figure 74: Marriott’s portfolio of non-Protea-branded hotels in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2019
                                                      • Protea Hotels
                                                        • Figure 75: Marriott’s Protea portfolio in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2019
                                                      • Onomo International
                                                        • Figure 76: Onomo International Hotels’ Sub-Saharan African portfolio, 2019
                                                      • Onomo Hotels coming to Cameroon
                                                        • Radisson
                                                          • Figure 77: Radisson Hotel Group’s Sub-Saharan African portfolio, 2019
                                                        • Tsogo Sun
                                                          • Hotel portfolio
                                                            • Figure 78: Tsogo Sun’s hotel portfolio, March 2018
                                                          • Hotel brands
                                                            • IPO (initial public offering) on 12 June 2019
                                                            • Exclusive Interview with Trevor Ward, principal, W Hospitality Group, with offices in the UK, Kenya, Nigeria and Angola

                                                              • What Next?

                                                                  • Growing chain pipelines
                                                                    • Figure 79: Hotel-chain development pipelines in Africa, 2015-19
                                                                    • Figure 80: Chain hotels & rooms in the pipeline by Sub-Saharan African country, 2019
                                                                  • Leading pipeline countries
                                                                    • Figure 81: Top 10 Sub-Saharan countries for hotel-chain development pipelines, 2019
                                                                  • Leading pipeline cities
                                                                    • Figure 82: Seven leading Sub-Saharan cities for hotel chain development pipelines, 2019
                                                                  • Franchising on the rise
                                                                    • East Africa on the up-and-up
                                                                      • Construction cost and financing
                                                                        • Opportunities in Francophone Africa

                                                                        About the report

                                                                        This report will give you a complete 360-degree view of your market. Not only is it rooted in robust proprietary and high-quality third-party data, but our industry experts put that data into context and you’ll quickly understand:

                                                                        • The Consumer

                                                                          What They Want. Why They Want It.

                                                                        • The Competitors

                                                                          Who’s Winning. How To Stay Ahead.

                                                                        • The Market

                                                                          Size, Segments, Shares And Forecasts: How It All Adds Up.

                                                                        • The Innovations

                                                                          New Ideas. New Products. New Potential.

                                                                        • The Opportunities

                                                                          Where The White Space Is. How To Make It Yours.

                                                                        • The Trends

                                                                          What’s Shaping Demand – Today And Tomorrow.

                                                                        Please Note: This is a sample report. All of the figures, graphs, and tables have been redacted.

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