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The hotel market in Bucharest showed an enormous development. Since the end of the financial crisis, Romania's capital has seen a continuous growth in supply and demand - and the trend continues to rise!
The report is written in English.
The development of the top 8 hotel markets in Germany. An analysis by Christie & Co in the current issue of Cost & Logis. This report is in German.
Prague - financial, cultural and political centre of the country. This Snapshot gives an overview of the most important facts of the Czech capital.
This report analyses the main Spanish coastal resort destinations in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, including Balearic Islands and Canary Islands, highlighting the development of their main hotel performance indicators in 2018.
Our spanish colleagues published the latest study about the Portuguese Hotel Market. veröffentlicht. Especially the cities Lisbon, Porto, Algarve and Madeira were analysed.
New sozio-demographic trends and a mobile becoming working world are reasons while alternatives to classic hotel concepts are on the rise. For "Österreichische Zeitschrift für Liegenschaftsbewertung", Lukas Hochedlinger, Managing Director at Christie & Co had a closer look at those mentioned alternatives.
This article is written in German.
Christie & Co has published an annual report “French Hotel Market: Most Competitive Cities” for the second time, offering an insight into 6 of the country’s major urban destinations outside of Paris in 2018. The analysed cities are: Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes and Nice.
The German hotel market keeps flourishing. Especially the number of overnight stays keep on growing. Since 2001/2002 every year more over night stays have been registered. This market review will give you an overview of the six key cities: Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt/Main, Hamburg, Cologne and Dusseldorf.
International hotel property adviser, Christie & Co, has released its new analysis of hotel investment in 2018, which shows a new record year in investment in the sector in Spain with €4,860 million.
Die Landeshauptstadt der Rheinland-Pfalz ist ein starker Wirtschaftsstandort. Aufgrund des Messe- und Kongressgeschäfts sowie der zahlreichen namhaften Unternehmen dominiert der Geschäftstourismus, aber die Weinstadt ist auch bei Touristen beliebt. Dieser kurze Marktbericht gibt einen Einblick in die wichtigsten Kennzahlen und Entwicklungen der Stadt.