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The Global Luxury Hotels Market - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017

Timetric
Published Date » 2013-09-13
No. Of Pages » 158
   
  Synopsis  
     
  The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:  
   
 
 
 Historic and forecast revenue for the global luxury hotels market covering 40 countries 
 Detailed region wise (Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa) analysis of luxury hotel key performance indicators such as the number of luxury hotel establishments, number of available luxury rooms, luxury room occupancy rate, average revenue per available luxury room and average total revenue per available luxury room for the review (2008-2012) and forecast (2013-17) periods 
 Analysis of the global luxury travel market and the present scenario in the luxury hotel construction industry 
 Detailed analysis of the market trends in emerging luxury hotel...
Table of contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Global Luxury Travel Market – Key Trends and Issues
2.1 Global Luxury Hotel Market – Key Trends and Issues
2.2 Global Luxury Hotels Market – SWOT
2.2.1 Strengths
2.2.2 Weaknesses
2.2.3 Opportunities
2.2.4 Threats
2.3 Global Hotels Construction Market – Trends and Issues
2.4 Global Luxury Hotel KPIs – the Americas
2.4.1 The Americas – number of luxury hotel establishments (2008–2012)
2.4.2 The Americas – number of luxury hotel establishments (2013–2017)
2.4.3 The Americas – number of luxury hotel rooms (2008–2012)
2.4.4 The Americas – number of luxury hotel rooms (2013–2017)
2.4.5 The Americas – luxury room occupancy rate (2008–2012)
2.4.6 The Americas – luxury room occupancy rate (2013–2017)
2.4.7 The Americas – average revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.4.8 The Americas – average revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.4.9 The Americas – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2008–2012)
2.4.10 The Americas – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2013–2017)
2.4.11 The Americas – average total revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.4.12 The Americas – average total revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.5 Global Luxury Hotels KPIs – Asia-Pacific
2.5.1 Asia-Pacific – number of luxury hotel establishments (2008–2012)
2.5.2 Asia-Pacific – number of luxury hotel establishments (2013–2017)
2.5.3 Asia-Pacific – number of luxury hotel rooms (2008–2012)
2.5.4 Asia-Pacific – number of luxury hotel rooms (2013–2017)
2.5.5 Asia-Pacific – luxury room occupancy rate (2008–2012)
2.5.6 Asia-Pacific – luxury room occupancy rate (2013–2017)
2.5.7 Asia-Pacific – average revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.5.8 Asia-Pacific – average revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.5.9 Asia-Pacific – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2008–2012)
2.5.10 Asia-Pacific – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2013–2017)
2.5.11 Asia-Pacific – average total revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.5.12 Asia-Pacific – average total revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.6 Global Luxury Hotels KPIs – Europe
2.6.1 Europe – number of luxury hotel establishments (2008–2012)
2.6.2 Europe – number of luxury hotel establishments (2013–2017)
2.6.3 Europe – number of luxury hotel rooms (2008–2012)
2.6.4 Europe – number of luxury hotel rooms (2013–2017)
2.6.5 Europe – luxury room occupancy rate (2008–2012)
2.6.6 Europe – luxury room occupancy rate (2013–2017)
2.6.7 Europe – average revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.6.8 Europe – average revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.6.9 Europe – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2008–2012)
2.6.10 Europe – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2013–2017)
2.6.11 Europe – average total revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.6.12 Europe – average total revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.7 Global Luxury Hotels KPIs – Middle East and Africa
2.7.1 The Middle East and Africa – number of luxury hotel establishments (2008–2012)
2.7.2 The Middle East and Africa – number of luxury hotel establishments (2013–2017)
2.7.3 The Middle East and Africa – number of luxury hotel rooms (2008–2012)
2.7.4 The Middle East and Africa – number of luxury hotel rooms (2013–2017)
2.7.5 The Middle East and Africa – luxury room occupancy rate (2008–2012)
2.7.6 The Middle East and Africa – luxury room occupancy rate (2013–2017)
2.7.7 The Middle East and Africa – average revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.7.8 The Middle East and Africa – average revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)
2.7.9 The Middle East and Africa – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2008–2012)
2.7.10 The Middle East and Africa – average revenue per occupied luxury room (2013–2017)
2.7.11 The Middle East and Africa – average total revenue per available luxury room (2008–2012)
2.7.12 The Middle East and Africa – average total revenue per available luxury room (2013–2017)

3 Global Luxury Hotel Profiles
3.1 Company Profile: Shangri-La Asia Ltd
3.1.1 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – company overview
3.1.2 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – business description
3.1.3 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – main services and brands
3.1.4 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – history
3.1.5 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – SWOT analysis
3.1.6 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – strengths
3.1.7 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – weaknesses
3.1.8 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – opportunities
3.1.9 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – threats
3.1.10 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – key competitors
3.1.11 Shangri-La Asia Ltd – key employees
3.2 Company Profile: InterContinental Hotels Group Plc
3.2.1 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – company overview
3.2.2 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – business description
3.2.3 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – main services and brands
3.2.4 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – history
3.2.5 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – SWOT analysis
3.2.6 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – strengths
3.2.7 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – weaknesses
3.2.8 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – opportunities
3.2.9 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – threats
3.2.10 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – key competitors
3.2.11 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc – key employees
3.3 Company Profile: Hyatt Hotels Corporation
3.3.1 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – company overview
3.3.2 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – business description
3.3.3 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – main services and brands
3.3.4 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – history
3.3.5 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – SWOT analysis
3.3.6 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – strengths
3.3.7 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – weaknesses
3.3.8 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – opportunities
3.3.9 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – threats
3.3.10 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – key competitors
3.3.11 Hyatt Hotels Corporation – key employees
3.4 Company Profile: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
3.4.1 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – company overview
3.4.2 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – business description
3.4.3 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – main services and brands
3.4.4 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – history
3.4.5 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – SWOT analysis
3.4.6 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – strengths
3.4.7 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – weaknesses
3.4.8 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – opportunities
3.4.9 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – threats
3.4.10 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – key competitors
3.4.11 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. – key employees
3.5 Company Profile: Marriott International, Inc.
3.5.1 Marriott International, Inc. – company overview
3.5.2 Marriott International, Inc. – business description
3.5.3 Marriott International, Inc. – main services
3.5.4 Marriott International, Inc. – history
3.5.5 Marriott International, Inc. – SWOT analysis
3.5.6 Marriott International, Inc. – strengths
3.5.7 Marriott International, Inc. – weaknesses
3.5.8 Marriott International, Inc. – opportunities
3.5.9 Marriott International, Inc. – threats
3.5.10 Marriott International, Inc. – key competitors
3.5.11 Marriott International, Inc. – key employees
3.6 Company Profile: Hilton Worldwide, Inc.
3.6.1 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – company overview
3.6.2 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – business description
3.6.3 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – main services and brands
3.6.4 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – history
3.6.5 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – SWOT analysis
3.6.6 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – strengths
3.6.7 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – weaknesses
3.6.8 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – opportunities
3.6.9 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – threats
3.6.10 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – key competitors
3.6.11 Hilton Worldwide, Inc. – key employees
3.7 Company Profile: Accor SA
3.7.1 Accor SA – company overview
3.7.2 Accor SA – business description
3.7.3 Accor SA – main services and brands
3.7.4 Accor SA – history
3.7.5 Accor SA – SWOT analysis
3.7.6 Accor SA – strengths
3.7.7 Accor SA – weaknesses
3.7.8 Accor SA – opportunities
3.7.9 Accor SA – threats
3.7.10 Accor SA – key competitors
3.7.11 Accor SA – key employees
3.8 Company Profile: Wyndham Worldwide Corporation
3.8.1 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – company overview
3.8.2 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – business description
3.8.3 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – main services
3.8.4 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – history
3.8.5 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – SWOT analysis
3.8.6 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – strengths
3.8.7 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – weaknesses
3.8.8 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – opportunities
3.8.9 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – threats
3.8.10 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – key competitors
3.8.11 Wyndham Worldwide Corporation – key employees
3.9 Company Profile: Rezidor Hotel Group AB
3.9.1 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – company overview
3.9.2 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – business description
3.9.3 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – main services and brands
3.9.4 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – history
3.9.5 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – SWOT analysis
3.9.6 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – strengths
3.9.7 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – weaknesses
3.9.8 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – opportunities
3.9.9 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – threats
3.9.10 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – key competitors
3.9.11 Rezidor Hotel Group AB – key employees
3.1 Company Profile: Choice Hotels International, Inc.
3.10.1 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – company overview
3.10.2 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – business description
3.10.3 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – main services and brands
3.10.4 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – history
3.10.5 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – SWOT analysis
3.10.6 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – strengths
3.10.7 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – weaknesses
3.10.8 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – opportunities
3.10.9 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – threats
3.10.10 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – key competitors
3.10.11 Choice Hotels International, Inc. – key employees

4 Global Luxury Hotel Markets – BRIC Countries
4.1 The Brazilian Luxury Hotel Market – Key Trends and Issues
4.1.1 Brazil – domestic tourism trends
4.1.2 Brazil – inbound tourism trends
4.1.3 Brazil – outbound tourism trends
4.2 The Russian Luxury Hotel Market – Key Trends and Issues
4.2.1 Russia – domestic tourism trends
4.2.2 Russia – inbound tourism trends
4.2.3 Russia – outbound tourism trends
4.3 The Indian Luxury Hotel Market – Key Trends and Issues
4.3.1 India – domestic tourism trends
4.3.2 India – inbound tourism trends
4.3.3 India – outbound tourism trends
4.4 The Chinese Luxury Hotel Market – Key Trends and Issues
4.4.1 China – domestic tourism trends
4.4.2 China – inbound tourism trends
4.4.3 China – outbound tourism trends

5 Appendix
5.1 What is this Report About?
5.2 Definitions
5.3 Methodology
5.4 Contact Timetric
5.5 About Timetric
5.6 Timetric’s Services
5.7 Disclaimer

List of Tables


Table 1: Shangri-La Asia Ltd, Key Facts
Table 2: Shangri-La Asia Ltd, Main Services and Brands
Table 3: Shangri-La Asia Ltd, History
Table 4: Shangri-La Asia Ltd, Key Employees
Table 5: InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, Key Facts
Table 6: InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, Main Services and Brands
Table 7: InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, History
Table 8: InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, Key Employees
Table 9: Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Key Facts
Table 10: Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Main Services and Brands
Table 11: Hyatt Hotels Corporation, History
Table 12: Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Key Employees
Table 13: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., Key Facts
Table 14: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., Main Services and Brands
Table 15: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., History
Table 16: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., Key Employees
Table 17: Marriott International, Inc., Key Facts
Table 18: Marriott International, Inc., Main Services and Brands
Table 19: Marriott International, Inc., History
Table 20: Marriott International, Inc., Key Employees
Table 21: Hilton Worldwide, Inc., Key Facts
Table 22: Hilton Worldwide, Inc., Main Services and Brands
Table 23: Hilton Worldwide, Inc., History
Table 24: Hilton Worldwide, Inc., Key Employees
Table 25: Accor SA, Key Facts
Table 26: Accor SA, Main Services and Brands
Table 27: Accor SA, History
Table 28: Accor SA., Key Employees
Table 29: Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, Key Facts
Table 30: Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, Main Services and Brands
Table 31: Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, History
Table 32: Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, Key Employees
Table 33: Rezidor Hotel Group AB, Key Facts
Table 34: Rezidor Hotel Group AB, Main Services and Brands
Table 35: Rezidor Hotel Group AB., History
Table 36: Rezidor Hotel Group AB, Key Employees
Table 37: Choice Hotels International, Inc., Key Facts
Table 38: Choice Hotels International Inc., Main Services and Brands
Table 39: Choice Hotels International, Inc., History
Table 40: Choice Hotels International, Inc., Key Employees
Table 41: Timetric Global Luxury Hospitality Sector Definitions

List of Figures


Figure 1: SWOT Analysis of the Global Luxury Hotels Market
Figure 2: The Americas – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2008–2012
Figure 3: The Americas – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2013–2017
Figure 4: The Americas – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2008–2012
Figure 5: The Americas – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2013–2017
Figure 6: The Americas – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2008–2012
Figure 7: The Americas – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2013–2017
Figure 8: The Americas – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 9: The Americas – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 10: The Americas – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 11: The Americas – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 12: The Americas – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 13: The Americas – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 14: Asia-Pacific – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2008–2012
Figure 15: Asia-Pacific – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2013–2017
Figure 16: Asia-Pacific – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2008–2012
Figure 17: Asia-Pacific – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2013–2017
Figure 18: Asia-Pacific – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2008–2012
Figure 19: Asia-Pacific – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2013–2017
Figure 20: Asia-Pacific – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 21: Asia-Pacific – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 22: Asia-Pacific – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 23: Asia-Pacific – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 24: Asia-Pacific – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 25: Asia-Pacific – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 26: Europe – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2008–2012
Figure 27: Europe – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2013–2017
Figure 28: Europe – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2008–2012
Figure 29: Europe – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2013–2017
Figure 30: Europe – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2008–2012
Figure 31: Europe – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2013–2017
Figure 32: Europe – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 33: Europe – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 34: Europe – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 35: Europe – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 36: Europe – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 37: Europe – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 38: The Middle East and Africa – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2008–2012
Figure 39: The Middle East and Africa – Number of Luxury Hotel Establishments, 2013–2017
Figure 40: The Middle East and Africa – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2008–2012
Figure 41: The Middle East and Africa – Number of Luxury Hotel Rooms, 2013–2017
Figure 42: The Middle East and Africa – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2008–2012
Figure 43: The Middle East and Africa – Luxury Room Occupancy Rate (%), 2013–2017
Figure 44: The Middle East and Africa – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 45: The Middle East and Africa – Average Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 46: The Middle East and Africa – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 47: The Middle East and Africa – Average Revenue per Occupied Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 48: The Middle East and Africa – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 49: The Middle East and Africa – Average Total Revenue per Available Luxury Room (US$), 2013–2017
Figure 50: Brazil – Number of Domestic Trips by Type (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 51: Brazil – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 52: Brazil – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 53: Russia – Number of Domestic Trips by Type (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 54: Russia – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 55: Russia – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2016
Figure 56: India – Number of Domestic Trips by Type (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 57: India – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 58: India – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 59: China – Number of Domestic Trips by Type (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 60: China – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 61: China – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2008–2017

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