ResearchMoz: UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013

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ResearchMoz: UK and China HotelsResearchMoz: UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013 PR Newswire ALBANY, New York, November 27, 2013 New Report Added in ResearchMoz Reports Database UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013 ResearchMoz announces that it has published a new study China Hotels Industry and UK Hotels Industry. Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date Market Research Reports on UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013 . China and UK hotel market has grown rapidly in recent years, and future growth prospects also look good, but there is also rising competition in the market. While the number of people travelling for work and leisure has increased, driving the dramatic increase in new hotel openings, hotel chains now face catering to the needs of an increasingly diverse range of travel needs and differentiation among hotel users. Hotels increasingly live and die by online customer review and those who succeed will need a high-definition, bang-up-to-date offering: price-led, quirky/trendy, luxury or celebrity-endorsed glamour/glitz. Peer-to-peer rental alternatives like Airbnb are a growing and potentially major threat in many cities both in the UK, China and worldwide.

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ResearchMoz: UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013

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New Report Added in ResearchMoz Reports Database UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013

ResearchMoz announces that it has published a new study China Hotels Industry  and UK Hotels Industry.

Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date Market Research Reports on UK and China Hotels Industry - Global Market Segments, Research, Data, Study Reports, Analysis and Valuation, Analysis 2013 .

China and UK hotel market has grown rapidly in recent years, and future growth prospects also look good, but there is also rising competition in the market. While the number of people travelling for work and leisure has increased, driving the dramatic increase in new hotel openings, hotel chains now face catering to the needs of an increasingly diverse range of travel needs and differentiation among hotel users.

Hotels increasingly live and die by online customer review and those who succeed will need a high-definition, bang-up-to-date offering: price-led, quirky/trendy, luxury or celebrity-endorsed glamour/glitz. Peer-to-peer rental alternatives like Airbnb are a growing and potentially major threat in many cities both in the UK, China and worldwide. Hotels without a clear and distinct offering will find it increasingly tough and risk becoming mired in mid-table mediocrity.

To Browse Full TOC, Tables & Figures visit: http://usresearch.blogspot.com/2013/11/uk-and-china-hotels-industry-global.html

China Hotels Industry

Introduction

Definition

Classified

Unclassified

Report structure

Methodology

Abbreviations

Executive Summary

The market

Figure 1: China - Total travel accommodation outlets, 2008-18

Companies and brands

Figure 2: China - Top 5 hotel chain groups' share of total star-rating classified outlets, 2012

The consumer

Figure 3: Number of nights spent in a hotel in China, August 2013

Key trends

Hotel purpose and duration of stay

Figure 4: Purposes for staying in a hotel in China, August 2013

How do consumers choose and book hotels?

Figure 5: Planning process before booking a hotel, August 2013

What consumers look for in a hotel?

Figure 6: Importance of reputation/quality factors when booking a hotel in China, August 2013

Chinese consumer attitudes towards hotels

Figure 7: Attitudes towards basic needs fulfilment of hotels in China, August 2013

UK Hotels Industry

Introduction

Definition

Abbreviations

Executive Summary

The market

Short break habit driving growth in hotel stays

Figure 1: Volume forecast of hotel/motel/guesthouse trips, 2008-18

Regions outperform capital in 2013 (for once)

Figure 2: UK hotels, occupancy, average room rate and RevPAR percentage change year on year, year to date January-August 2013

Market factors

Disappointing first half of 2013 for domestic travel

Figure 3: Volume, value and average spend on domestic holidays (GB), 2007-12

Inbound on upward curve

Figure 4: Inbound visits to the UK, by reason for trip, 2007-12

Currency rates continue to boost UK tourism

Figure 5: Annual exchange rates for Sterling versus the euro and US Dollar, 2007-13

Supplyside expansion

Companies, brands and innovation

Branded budget sector growing

Figure 6: Top ten UK hotel groups by number of hotels, 2013

Pods, hubs and Millennials

Shangri-La comes to Shard

The consumer

Six in 10 adults stay in UK hotels

Figure 7: Reasons for hotel stays in the last 12 months, July 2013+

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