We still know the record figures from 2019: each quarter exceeded the previous one. Operators offered leases that many a hotel investor could not have dreamed of. The development pipeline was richly filled. Then came the blow in March 2020 - since then, the hotel world has never been the same. What the hotel real estate market has in store for 2021, we have for you in our current paper.
Category: Corona | Covid-19
Real estate stocks currently experience a kind of emotional roller coaster. While residential real estate is one of the beneficiaries of the Corona Crisis, retail and hotels are struggling and shaking on its foundations. mrp has taken a look at how individual stocks have performed and what UBM is doing to cope with the crisis.
It will go on – but how? And when? Europe along with its hotel industry has come to an abrupt hold once again. Hardly, any near prospects of improving conditions are in sight. However, there are some events that provide reason for lifted spirits. The current distribution of the vaccine, the development of medicines and the introduction and use of quick tests may positively influence the world’s recovery from the pandemic in 2021. Further changes to our way of life are inevitable. In the following paper we have put together our thoughts concerning the hotel industry of the near future.
There is a vast amount of uncertainty regarding the development of this pandemic in its second year in Europe. mrp hotels has captured some industry voices, which are summarized and can be found in the latest “Paper Special“.
The holiday hotel world stands still. Unfortunately, at the moment we have to wait and see. If you are motivated, you can take care of marketing activities, hardware and software implementation, offer development and the right booking and cancellation management in addition to renovation work. You will find valuable input on this topic in our current "Paper Special".
We already know it: the European patchwork quilt. Never before has travelling been so confusing and difficult. Those who still want to "get out" fly to Dubai or the Canary Islands - a safe decision for holidaymakers, considering the "alpine chaos" and the accommodation arrangements for the upcoming holidays.