Hotels Recovery Guides
These guides look back at the health of the tourism and hospitality sectors prior to COVID-19; assess the impact of the global pandemic and weigh-in on the recovery path as well as hotel investments into these destinations as lockdown restrictions gradually ease. Get insights from four key sub-regions across Asia Pacific.
Hotel Recovery Guide Japan
Regarded as one of the safest countries in the world, the clear and efficient tax system in Japan also renders the country an attractive safe haven investment destination. Supported by several underlying demand prospects, Japan continues to be amongst the most active hotel investment markets in Asia Pacific.
Hotel Recovery Guide South Korea
The South Korean capital was one of the fastest growing RevPAR markets in Asia last year. As international travel remains constrained in the near term, the strength of the domestic market is expected to drive a relatively quicker recovery compared to other destinations in the region.
Hotel Recovery Guide Indonesia
As Indonesia navigates the challenges of COVID-19, we look to the domestic market and some of the measures undertaken by the government to kick-start the recovery in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
Hotel Recovery Guide Vietnam
Since lockdown restrictions in Vietnam were gradually eased from 22 April, the declines in hotel trading performances in key cities such as Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi bottomed out in May.
Hotels Recovery Guide Singapore
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore is considered the world’s most competitive economy for two consecutive years and remains the high priority destination favoured by investors.
Hotels recovery guide Thailand
Optimism is building as Thailand’s hotel industry enters COVID-19 recovery phase. The reopening of the country’s market is viewed as a benchmark for the wider Asia Pacific hotel industry.
Asia Pacific sub-regions
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