Hotels in Eastern Europe - April 2018
“Given some strong recent performance, a distinct lack of supply and a favourable economic backdrop, the attention of hotel investors and the major international chains is shifting towards Eastern Europe, which now offers greater growth potential than the currently ‘hot’ markets of Western Europe, such as Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands and Germany. Historically, Eastern Europe has been undersupplied with hotel stock, since, during the communist era, over half of lodging capacity in many countries in the region consisted of accommodation in private homes.”
– Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
What has been the recent trend in arrivals and overnights in Eastern European hotels?
What is the breakdown of Eastern European hotel capacity by country/region?
Which are the main Eastern European hotel groups and what is the nature of their hotel portfolios?
How extensive is the presence of foreign hotel chains in Eastern Europe?
How will the current economic, geopolitical and regulatory environment impact the Central and Eastern European hotel sector?
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