Hotels & Lodging Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Hotels are perhaps the backbone of the travel and tourism industry. After all, when people travel somewhere away from home, they need somewhere to sleep. And if that place isn’t a friend or relative’s home, or a campsite, it’s a hotel – or one of the many variations of hotels: motels, inns, bed and breakfasts, hostels, lodges, vacation house or apartment rentals and now, thanks to new services such as AirBnB, a room within a private dwelling.

The global hotel market was projected to exceed $500 billion by the end of 2014, growing to more than $550 billion by 2016. The American Hotel & Lodging Association counted more than 52,000 lodging properties in the United States (defined as having 15 or more rooms). The fledgling private room rental phenomenon, a trend born out of social media, is too new to quantify, but it if the business is sustainable it will clearly affect the hotel industry, particularly for leisure travel.’s collection of market research studies on the hotel and lodging industry will help you stay competitive and grow in this rebounding and evolving market. We offer several thousand studies on varied aspects of the hotel industry, including hundreds of reports and outlooks on how the hotel industry is and will fare in individual countries worldwide.

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Hotels & Lodging Industry Research & Market Reports

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