SWITZERLAND: NON-HOTEL ACCOMMODATION SHARE GROWING FAST

Andrea Hausold -
Apartments, campgrounds and Airbnb accommodation are booming, while the share of classic hotels is declining in Switzerland. Paradoxically, however, Swiss hotels are doing well. In the winter season t...

SWISS HOTEL INDUSTRY CONTINUES TO GROW

Nik Fes -
It was a record year for the hospitality sector in Switzerland. For the first time ever, the country recorded over 38 million stays – 38.8 million. This is an increase of 3.8% compared to the year bef...

TOURISM COMPETITIVENESS INDEX SHOWS DYNAMIC CHANGES

Cecilia Garland -
For the past 11 years, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has been carrying out an in-depth analysis of travel and tourism competitiveness of 136 economies around the world. This year has been a turbulent...

MAURITIUS TOURISM REJOICES OVER NEW AIR ROUTES

Andrew J. Wein -
Direct connections between Mauritius and new markets are essential for further development of Mauritius tourism. Additional air routes to Europe and the Middle East have been announced by the authorit...

OVERNIGHTS STAYS AND ARRIVALS RISING IN VIENNA

Gary Diskin -
Vienna’s attractiveness for visitors from all over the world remains unchanged. In the previous year, a preliminary tourist peak was reached with nearly 15 million overnight stays (+4.4 %) and 6.9 mil...
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