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Hotelier Indonesia – SevenFold , Year 2017 is challenging for Indonesia Tourism, but the government is still very optimistic it will grow, even they targeted Tourism would contribute 8 percent to national gross domestic product, accounting for Rp 240 trillion and 13 million people working in this sector by 2019Continue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia – LOOKING FORWARD: PIPELINE In 2015, Horwath HTL recorded a total of 335 hotels and more than 40,000 rooms in operation ranging from luxury to economy. It is understood that a further 12 hotels opened in the first 9 months of 2016 or an additional 1,600 rooms. Within our databaseContinue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia – Midscale (USD 40 – 101): Having the strongest domestic component amongst segments plus the price point most attuned to the mass market, hotels within the Midscale enjoyed the brightest year. Occupancy grew 8% (last year it dropped 6%) whilst ADR only fell marginally with the resultant RevPAR up betweenContinue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia – KEY FACTORS AFFECTING BALI 2016 Lower spend per visitor: a 2016 survey by the Bank of Indonesia highlights that the typical Chinese tourist spends around one quarter of that spent by a typical European or Australian tourist. With the proportion of Chinese tourists increasing the economic benefits of eachContinue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia – NGURAH RAI Ngurah Rai International Airport remains the top foreign direct arrivals contributor for Indonesia, followed by Soekarno-Hatta, Jakarta and Hang Nadim, Batam. From January to November 2016, Ngurah Rai recorded 6% growth y-o-y, with Bali arrivals making up a whopping 40% of total arrivals to Indonesia. Batam recordedContinue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia –  Hotel & Branded Residences Bali Part 1 Quantity over quality: be careful what you  wish for. After a very challenging 2015 for Bali, occupancy  was up by more than 4% in 2016 bringing a whiff of fresh air and hope… but at what cost?  Hotels’ enjoyment of solidContinue Reading

Hotelier Indonesia – Asian and European Hotels Registered the Highest Average Scores in 2016 According to Revinate. North American properties shortened the distance with their Asian and European competition by almost doubling their annual growth. In 2016, all regions saw upward movement in their average review scores. Indonesia was the fastest-growing establishedContinue Reading