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Hoteles | 01/10/2019 14:19:48

Is Thomas Cook only the tip of the Iceberg?

Inmaculada Ranera, Christie & Co Managing Director for Spain and Portugal, shares for Hosteltur her vision of the tourism industry after Thomas Cook has collapsed into bankruptcy: which are the challenges the hotel sector will have to face in this new era?

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Hoteles 01 October 2019

Is Thomas Cook only the tip of the Iceberg?

A part of the tourism industry is immersed in recent days in some convulsive moments following the bankruptcy of one of the biggest companies in the Tour Operation sector: Thomas Cook. The company, born in the United Kingdom during the second half of the 19th century by the ha...

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Hoteles 18 September 2019

Christie & Co will be at the 2019 edition of the Hot.E - Hotel Investment Conference (London, Septem

After her successful participation in the 2016 edition, Inmaculada Ranera, Managing Director of Christie & Co Spain and Portugal, will participate again in this year edition of the Hotel Investment Conference (Hot.E) to be held on 23-24 September 2019 at the Hilton London Ba...

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Hoteles 17 September 2018

Hostels: hotel sector revolution

Gone is the idea of the hostel as a low-quality accommodation option, with inhospitable rooms, dishevelled bathrooms and indolent staff. In recent times, we have taken a step forward and we are looking at this business model in a much more attractive way, with a more developed...

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Hoteles 30 July 2018

Excessive tourism: A current problem? Has Spain got too many tourists?

According to the National Institute of Statistics (INE), Spain received a total of 82m foreign tourists in 2017, a record figure that resulted in a substantial increase in total expenditure, on the previous year, of 12.5% by international tourists. However, most of the visitor...

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Hoteles 19 June 2018

Raising Interest of Private Equity Firms in “Affordable Luxury”

The Affordable Luxury Hotel Trend Over the past decade, the hotel industry has witnessed the entry of a number of disruptive players in the market, differentiating themselves from traditional hotels by offering a modern hotel product: “affordable luxury”. The affordabl...

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Hoteles 25 April 2018

Madrid, a city with potential

Driven by a significant increase in arrivals, a continuous ADR uplift and a growing occupancy, the Spanish hotel sector is experiencing one of the best moment of its history , breaking records in terms of hotel investment (€3.9bn in 2017). A refurbished hotel supply in key ma...

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Hoteles 06 March 2018

Quality, specialisation and de-seasonality, main drivers of tourism growth of the Costa Brava

Offering 220 km of coastline and a consolidated touristic infrastructure, the Costa Brava is a key leisure destination in Spain, attracting both domestic and overseas visitors. Nevertheless, the area still suffers from high seasonality levels, as reported in data from the...

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Hoteles 29 March 2017

Hotels & technology

In an ever-changing world, every sector of society is increasingly affected by advances in technology. We are surrounded by devices, software and applications that are supposed to make our lives easier. Up to here, we have become used all this gadgets without even realizing it...

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Hoteles 28 February 2017

Once again, Christie & Co will be at the IHIF (6th – 8th March, Berlin)

Once again, Christie & Co will participate in one of the most important events of the European investment landscape, the International Hotel Investment Forum (IHIF), which takes place in Berlin during the second week of March. In addition to being one of the recognized spon...

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Hoteles 23 February 2017

Borrowed tourism or leading destination?

During the worst years of the economic crisis, those establishments which were more dependent on domestic demand where the ones that suffered the consequences to a greater extent, whereas certain tourist areas or cities with a better international position, obtained better ret...

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