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China outbound travel demand towards 2030 | By Daniel Voellm & Anchi Liu

Rapid growth in Chinese outbound travel demand from 2003 onwards was a key driver for tourism and leisure hospitality in many parts of the world. Can this momentum be regained post-COVID to drive more hotel development?
Tags: Travel, China, Daniel Voellm, Anchi Liu


China outbound travel demand towards 2030 | By Daniel Voellm

Rapid growth in Chinese outbound travel demand from 2003 onwards was a key driver for tourism and leisure hospitality in many parts of the world. Can this momentum be regained post-COVID to drive more hotel development?
Tags: Travel, China, Daniel Voellm


A potential recovery in China outbound demand OR what’s in store for 2022? | By Daniel Voellm

2022 could be a promising year in terms of tourism as borders gradually reopen and quarantine requirements become less strict. Several countries in Asia-Pacific already announced quarantine free travel for vaccinated visitors from specific points of origin. We can expect this trend to accelerate and become more pervasive. That doesn’t mean that there won’t be any bumps on the road – new strains, localized spikes in infections on the one side and infrastructure capacity constraints and bot...
Tags: Travel, China, Asia Pacific, Daniel Voellm


The AP Hotel Operator Guide (HOG) Asia-Pacific | By Daniel Voellm & Eunice Wong

The Hotel Operator Guide highlights insights on existing and pipeline supply’s management structures, geographic distribution, as well as, room supply growth by operator and brand. The purpose of this publication is to serve owners and investors an unique reference about the growth and scale of international operators across regions and brands.
Tags: Travel, Daniel Voellm, Eunice Wong


The AP Hotel Operator Guide (HOG) Asia-Pacific | By Daniel Voellm

The Hotel Operator Guide highlights insights on existing and pipeline supply’s management structures, geographic distribution, as well as, room supply growth by operator and brand. The purpose of this publication is to serve owners and investors an unique reference about the growth and scale of international operators across regions and brands.
Tags: Travel, Daniel Voellm


Hong Kong Site 3 – A Hotel Perspective | By Daniel Voellm

As shown in the Planning Department's site plan, Site 3 will enjoy expansive harbour views from its northern section. The Hong Kong Observation Wheel located at piers 9 and 10 is a temporary structure and will not impede the site. One major drawback from a developer's point of view is the building height restriction of 50 meters. Somewhat unusual for Hong Kong, the tender process is conducted in a two-envelope scheme with equal weighting between design proposals and price. A comprehensive...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Planning Department, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Daniel Voellm


HVS Asia-Pacific Hotel Law Guide | By Eunice Wong & Daniel Voellm

The Hotel Law Guide helps serve hotel real estate owners, developers and operators as a reference for experienced and well-known lawyers and attorneys with a track record in Asia Pacific region. Each law firm highlights their representative attorneys with the type of services offered and notable projects.
Tags: Travel, Asia Pacific, Daniel Voellm, Eunice Wong


The Impact of COVID-19 on the South Korea Hotel Industry | By Han Sol Park & Daniel Voellm

HVS has conducted a survey about the COVID-10 pandemic and its unprecedented impact on the South Korea hotel market. The survey is divided in two sections, how the properties in South Korea is reacting in response to drop of overall demands throughout contingency plans and viewpoint of how experts in the hotel operations are recognizing sign of recovery of pandemic as well as their outlook of the market in the future.
Tags: Travel, South Korea, HVS, Daniel Voellm, COVID, Han Sol Park


HVS Market Pulse: Luang Prabang, Laos | By Eunice Wong & Daniel Voellm

Luang Prabang is located in north central Laos on a peninsula bounded by the Mekong River to the north and the Khan River to the east. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since 1995, Luang Prabang attracts tourists from international and regional markets through a combination of preserved cultural experiences and natural beauty within the province. The following article gives a brief overview of Luang Prabang, its tourism industry and recent dynamics of the local lodging market.
Tags: Travel, Unesco, Laos, Mekong River, Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang Laos, Daniel Voellm, Eunice Wong, Khan River


Taiwan Hotel Market Update | By Christy Tung & Daniel Voellm

With increasing strained relations between Beijing and Taipei, Taiwan has been reducing its dependency on mainland China by improving its tourism relationships with other countries. Though the number of Mainland Chinese visitors fell dramatically, the number of visitor arrivals to Taiwan decreased only modestly in the second quarter of 2017 to 2.6 million. Visa exemptions to Southeast Asian visitors, improved air connectivity, and promotions around the country's tourist spots have expande...
Tags: Travel, China, Taiwan, Beijing, Taipei Taiwan, Christy Tung, Daniel Voellm