The Global Budget Hotels Market to 2018 report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:
Historic and forecast revenues in the global budget hotels market covering 40 countries.
Detailed regional analysis of budget hotels’ key performance indicators, such as the number of hotel establishments, number of rooms, occupancy rate, room nights available, room nights occupied, average room revenue per available room, average room revenue per occupied room, average total revenue per available room, total room revenues, total non-room revenues, total revenues and number of guests for the review (2009-2013) and forecast (2014-2018) periods. The regions covered are the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa.
Analysis of the global budget hotels market.
Detailed analysis of trends in key budget hotel markets.
The budget hotels category is set for growth over the forecast period (20142018) due to demand for affordable lodging products, with rising middle-class populations in AsiaPacific and Africa driving demand. Investor interest in this particular category increased as budget hotels proved to be less susceptible than luxury hotels to the global financial crisis.
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Market sizes for 40 countries in the global budget hotels market for 20092013, along with forecast figures for 20142018
Budget hotels key performance indicators in these countries, with values for both the 20092013 review period and the 20142018 forecast period
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Several leading international luxury hotel chains have set up economy brands to focus exclusively on budget hotels category. Marriott International introduced its economy Moxy Hotels brand in Europe in 2013. Accor Hotels has two budget hotel brands: Ibis Budget and hotelF1 (previously Formule 1). Lemon Tree Hotels operates the Red Fox budget brand in India.
Local budget and midscale hotel brands are expanding their presence into Tier II and Tier III cities such as Chennai and Surat in India, and Nanjing and Zhenzhou in China. International brands are increasingly marking their presence in these emerging markets, attracted by their lucrative potential. For example, UK-based budget hotel operator Premier Inn is active in India, while InterContinental Hotels Groups Holiday Inn Express and Holiday Inn Hotels & Resorts, and Wyndham Hotel Groups Super 8 are active in China.
The US is the largest global market for budget hotels, with revenues totaling US$12.4 billion in 2013. However, the budget categorys share of the hotel industry is low in comparison to developed European economies such as the UK and France, and Latin American economies such as Brazil, Argentina and Peru. In terms of revenue, the categorys penetration in the US stood at 7.6% in 2013.
The Asia-Pacifics budget hotels category registered strong growth during the review period. The category is becoming more standardized, and levels of consistency in the final product have risen. Branded hotel chains are strong in this area and are able to garner large market shares.
Europe is a key market for budget hotels: Premier Inn, Travelodge, Ibis, hotelF1, Motel One, and easy Hotel all have a presence. Many European economies were adversely affected by the financial and eurozone debt crisis. Consequently, disposable consumer incomes fell, leading to a fall in the number of trips and a rise in demand for cheaper accommodation. This has been a key driver of growth for budget hotels in Europe.
Budget hotels in the UAE are registering solid occupancy rates and provided good returns during the review period. Room occupancy rates in the country stood at 72.2% in 2013. Accors Ibis brand entered the Middle East in 2008 and currently has six properties in the UAE running at an occupancy rate of 80%. According to Christian Karaoglanian, the chief development officer for Accor Hospitality Worldwide, the cost of building a budget hotel is 2025% that of a luxury hotel.
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