Report

European Hotel Activity Review 2016

The global restructuring of hotel groups is underway and naturally has consequences throughout Europe. Chains continue to grow, while they consolidate their supply.

Bilan 2016 de l'hôtellerie en Europe

The figures published in this survey come from the MKG database, the number-one supply database worldwide and the largest performance database worldwide, outside the United States.


Supply figures in this report have been obtained from groups’ key executives, from the MKG database or are issued from official sources of the chains concerned (chains’ documents & websites, SEC fillings…)

The MKG Hospitality performance database (OR, ADR, RevPAR) is updated daily & monthly. It includes more than 9,000 hotels (1,300,000 rooms) worldwide. More than 200 hotel chain or hotel property groups of all nationalities are present in this database, which covers nearly 140 countries and 800 markets. It is especially strong in the EMEA region, and is significant in all countries and cities presented in our reports and articles.

Methodology: The supply database at MKG HotelCompset included several groups in the «Chain Hotel» category that were previously allocated to consortia; for example the Société Européenne d’Hôtellerie (SEH) -and its brands Qualys-Hôtel, Inter-Hôtel, Petit-Déj-Hôtel and Relais du Silence- due to its status as a cooperative with exclusive membership (like Best Western) and since the group is now developing hotel projects through its subsidiaries. The variations specific to corporate chains and consortia and independents are calculated according to the «pro-forma» supply in 2016 and 2015; changes thus correspond to the actual growth of each category.

 
 
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Analysis

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