“The French hotel sector has been in the doldrums for some years, but now the outlook is brightening. After years of deep recession and deflation, the Eurozone economy, including that of France, has finally entered into a phase of tentative recovery, which should gather strength going forward. The weakening Euro against the currencies of France’s important source markets including the Pound, the Dollar and the Swiss Franc, should stimulate demand for inbound tourism. The growing population of over-50s is a potentially lucrative market for French hotels.”
- Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
What has been the recent performance of the French hotel sector nationwide and in Paris? What are the issues and trends regarding distribution channels? What is the breakdown of French hotel capacity by region and by grade? What is the capacity of the major chains and consortia present in France? What are the major recent hotel developments and outlook for the sector?