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Lodging (Travel and Tourism) Sector Scorecard - Thematic Research Summary The lodging industry has become competitive and is expected to become more competitive in a post-COVID world with consolidation expected to occur.COVID-19, technology, and ESG concerns place pressure on providers to invest,...

  • Lodging
  • World
  • Hotel Occupancy Level
  • RevPAR

Travel restrictions imposed in order to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) had a dramatic impact on lodging in 2020. Global travel came to a halt as countries around the world closed their borders, with demand for domestic trips also hit by local restrictions and social distancing measures. Ongoing concerns about the virus and the...

  • Lodging
  • APAC
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Number Of Enterprises

Key Trends in Lodging Summary The fast decline in domestic and international travel caused by the pandemic has created a drastic knock-on impact for the lodging industry.With the temporary collapse of tourism flows, many hotels - big and small - have been empty for a significant portion of 2020,...

  • Hotel
  • Lodging
  • Construction
  • Advertising
  • Sports Marketing
  • World
  • Average Time Online
  • Internet Subscribers

Given that the lodging industry has been impacted more negatively by COVID-19 than any other previous crisis, the highly capital-intensive hotels sector is investigating recovery strategies that may change the way hotels operate in the future. This report looks at how hotels have transformed during Covid-19 finding themselves in new roles...

  • Hotel
  • Lodging
  • World
  • Tourist Arrivals
  • Online Retail Sales

Hotels in Austria were allowed to welcome only business travellers during the lockdown period between 3 November 2020 and 18 May 2021, however, the majority chose to remain closed due to the limited profit opportunities. A large number of lodgings then re-opened to also welcome leisure guests from 19 May, while others followed several days...

  • Lodging
  • Austria
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging in Chile

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Lodging has been severely affected by the closure of Chile’s borders during 2020 and 2021 and the cancellation of the cruise season between the peak months of October 2020 to March 2021. During 2020 many hotels had to close due to government restrictions, operating for as little as six months of the year, with some even closing indefinitely...

  • Lodging
  • Chile
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

2021 is presenting a similar scenario to that seen in 2020. With the COVID-19 pandemic having spread through Brazil’s entire geography, the management of the sanitary crisis has mostly been in the hands of state governors individually, with the federal government taking a controversial position in tackling the pandemic, using just a few nationwide...

  • Lodging
  • Brazil
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging in Italy

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Self-catering accommodation and smaller hotels have derived benefits from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, often at the expense of larger lodging. Travellers have favoured smaller accommodation in order to feel safer and more protected from the spread of the virus by minimising contact with others and the risk of infection. As a consequence,...

  • Lodging
  • Italy
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Travel Sales

Lodging retail current value sales declined by almost half during 2020. Demand for lodging collapsed as inbound tourism stalled and regulations regarding movement within Russia undermined domestic travel. During lockdown, hotels and short-term rentals suspended all usual services. While many shut their doors completely, others re-oriented...

  • Lodging
  • Russia
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Overnight accommodation remained restricted to just business travellers in the first half of 2021, but as the number of business trips taken fell drastically during the pandemic, hotel revenues dropped sharply accordingly. However, overall revenues are set to grow slightly in 2021 overall compared with 2020, despite the challenges of the first...

  • Lodging
  • Germany
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

In 2021, hotels in Singapore have been leveraging a combination of offering staycations and serving as Stay-Home Notice (SHN) facilities to inbound/returning travellers as a dual means of supplementing their revenue amidst the drastic decline in international visitor arrivals. Lodging in Singapore report offers a comprehensive guide...

  • Lodging
  • Singapore
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging in China

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While international travel remains limited with full recovery likely to take some time, domestic travel has witnessed a strong recovery, supporting rising sales for lodging. During the Labour Day Holiday, China’s first week-long holiday since the pandemic began to recede somewhat, China’s tourism industry has shown promising recovery. Lodging...

  • Lodging
  • China
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging sales remain way below pre-pandemic levels owing to the continued lack of inbound travellers. Lodging in Norway report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data 2016-2020, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the...

  • Lodging
  • Norway
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Hungary has a relatively high rate of vaccinated in its population compared to other neighbouring countries, creating an encouraging situation for a rebound in travel and lodging. Most lodging operators competing in low- to mid-price segments are confident of recovery, which is a logical perspective when affordability is more crucial than...

  • Lodging
  • Hungary
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

The emergence of the pandemic in 2020 and the global response to it in the form of various restrictions and border closures resulted in lodging recording a significant drop in value sales due to the dramatic loss of international tourists in addition to local consumers remaining cautious about venturing outside of their homes during the social...

  • Lodging
  • Vietnam
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Travel Sales

In current value terms, lodging is set to see a rebound in 2021, although sales will remain well below the level seen in 2019. During 2020 and 2021, hotels have not been used as COVID-19 quarantine hotels or as alternative spaces for working from home. Some have had to rely on the few guests they did receive when they were open. Lodging...

  • Lodging
  • Czech Republic
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Travel Sales

Although included in domestic travellers’ lists of places to visit, big cities have rather been part of the wider itinerary in 2021 but in many cases not attracting overnight stays. As a result, they have not been among the main beneficiaries of the boost to domestic travel, with the positive effect being slower but still visible. Luxury hotels,...

  • Lodging
  • Romania
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Travel Sales

As the pandemic continues to affect countries worldwide in 2021, including a third wave of COVID-19 infections in Switzerland in the second quarter of the year, international travel and, therefore, inbound tourism remain significantly below pre-pandemic levels. The severity of the impact on Swiss lodging players depends to a large degree on...

  • Lodging
  • Switzerland
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Inbound tourism flows to the UK continue to remain low as a result of inter-country travel restrictions in 2021, which are delaying the recovery in lodging’s sales. However, domestic tourism flows were picking up from the middle of May as soon as leisure travel within the country was allowed to resume, generating most of the lodging demand...

  • Lodging
  • United Kingdom
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Faced with low demand due to the absence of foreign tourists from Indonesia for much of 2021 and 2022, many of the country’s hotels reduced room rates in an effort to stimulate demand and avoid operating profitably during the COVID-19 pandemic. With room rates at many hotels below the typical average throughout 2021, occupancy rates were supported...

  • Lodging
  • Indonesia
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

The lack of international travellers will continue to moderate the recovery of lodging sales in 2021. When another wave of infections hit Denmark, the country went under a strict lockdown which carried over into the beginning of 2021. As a result, there were almost no incoming travellers in the first quarter of 2021, and part of the second...

  • Lodging
  • Denmark
  • Tourist Arrivals
  • Travel Sales

In the spring of 2021, many state governments in the US relaxed COVID-related restrictions following widespread vaccine availability. The loosening of these restrictions led many parts of life in the US to return closer to what they were before the pandemic. One aspect that remains largely different, however, is how US residents work. More...

  • Lodging
  • United States
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

With expatriates making up over 90% of the population, residents of the United Arab Emirates are frequent travellers, both for leisure and business purposes. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many residents have become more inclined to holiday in domestic destinations as entry restrictions and fear of contracting the virus have made international...

  • Lodging
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Tourist Arrivals

Many hotels were closed in Q1 and for part of Q2 2021, as both international and domestic travel came to a standstill in this period due to strict COVID-19 lockdown measures in the Netherlands, and travel restrictions both in the country and globally. Hotels gradually reopened as lockdown measures were lifted towards the end of Q2. Hotels...

  • Lodging
  • Netherlands
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

During 2021, positive growth was recorded in hotels in Bulgaria, although this was nowhere near enough to compensate for the drastic declines seen in revenues across Bulgaria’s hospitality sector during 2020. Struggling hotel operators have warned of potential mass bankruptcies and mass layoffs of personnel after bookings and revenues fell...

  • Lodging
  • Bulgaria
  • Travel Sales
  • Tourist Arrivals

Lodging in Taiwan has been severely impacted by the pandemic and the measures taken to contain its spread since its emergence at the beginning of 2020, with hotels in particular affected by a lack of travel and tourism. Players looking to survive the pandemic significantly reduced the number of available rooms and reduced staffing to minimal...

  • Lodging
  • Taiwan
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Travel Sales

Ukraine’s key tourism authority – State Agency for Tourism Development – has introduced a new initiative aimed at ensuring COVID-19 safety measures are adhered to. This move comes amidst a potential rise in COVID-19 cases due to the effects of the Delta variant. Under the initiative a ‘Safety Certificate’ is issued for lodging establishments...

  • Lodging
  • Ukraine
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging in Ecuador has been severely hit by the event of COVID-19, resulting in the cessation of activities for several months and, for some establishments, permanent closure. The lodging sector did implement safety measures and make sharp reductions in rates, however, hotel occupancy reached a historic lows. Lodging in Ecuador report...

  • Lodging
  • Ecuador
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Lodging is predicted to record stronger declines in 2021 to exacerbate an already torrid time for the industry following 2020’s drop in demand as a result of the pandemic, resulting in further establishments closing, and value of transactions experiencing another year of double-digit declines, with some leading chains having furloughed employees...

  • Lodging
  • Malaysia
  • Tourist Arrivals
  • Online Retail Sales

With COVID-19 infection rates remaining high in 2021, and vaccination progressing slowly, the outlook is not expected to be positive for lodging in 2021. While there is expected to be an increase in current value sales in comparison with 2021, sales are still expected to be significantly below pre pandemic levels. Lodging in Morocco...

  • Lodging
  • Morocco
  • Travel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales