Lodging in South Africa
A weak economic environment both locally and globally has affected sales across travel categories. In South Africa, insufficient domestic business demand, coupled with operational costs, particularly the cost of basic services, has also affected lodging. In addition, the increasing choice and availability of low-cost airlines in the country, coupled with increased flight capacity on popular routes during peak times, has led to a decline in overnight travel, making reservation lead times shorter.
Euromonitor International's Lodging in South Africa report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data 2013-2017, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new legislative, technology or pricing issues. Background information on disposable income, annual leave and holiday taking habits is also included. Forecasts to 2022 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Hotels, Lodging Offline, Lodging Online, Other Lodging, Short-Term Rentals.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- LODGING IN SOUTH AFRICA
- Euromonitor International
- September 2018
- LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- Lodging Remains Positive Despite the Tough Economic Environment and Water Crisis
- Upscale and Luxury Brands Continue To Expand
- Short-term Rentals Continue To Shake Up Lodging
- Category Data
- Table 1 Lodging Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 2 Lodging Online Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 3 Hotels Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 4 Hotels Online Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 5 Other Lodging Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 6 Other Lodging Online Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 7 Lodging Outlets: Units 2013-2018
- Table 8 Lodging: Number of Rooms 2013-2018
- Table 9 Lodging by Incoming vs Domestic: % Value 2013-2018
- Table 10 Hotels NBO Company Shares: % Value 2014-2018
- Table 11 Hotel Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2018
- Table 12 Forecast Lodging Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 13 Forecast Lodging Online Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 14 Forecast Hotels Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 15 Forecast Hotels Online Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 16 Forecast Other Lodging Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 17 Forecast Other Lodging Online Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 18 Forecast Lodging Outlets: Units 2018-2023
- Executive Summary
- Increasing Collaborative Efforts From Industry Players Boost Travel Sales
- Online Travel Sales Continue To Grow Across All Categories
- Low Cost Carriers Thrive in the Challenging Economic Environment
- Airbnb Continues To Intensify Competition Within the Lodging Landscape
- Positive Outlook Expected for Travel Over the Forecast Period
- Summary 1 Destination South Africa: SWOT
- Market Data
- Table 19 Annual Leave: Volume 2013-2018
- Table 20 Travellers by Age: Number of People 2013-2018
- Table 21 Seasonality: Number of People 2013-2018
- Table 22 Leisure Outbound Demographics: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 23 Other Transport Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 24 Other Transport Online Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 25 Forecast Other Transport Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 26 Forecast Other Transport Online Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 27 Activities: Value 2013-2018
- Table 28 Forecast Activities: Value 2018-2023
- Summary 2 Research Sources