SPANISH HOTELIERS FORECAST A FALL IN FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS

Andrew J. Wein -
The Spanish hotel association expects a slight dip in arrivals, but with a growth in revenues. Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations (CEHAT) announces that the Thomas Cook bankrup...

TOURISM FALL IN SRI LANKA: VISITORS LURED TO GET THE DISCOUNTS

Kevin Eagan -
Sri Lanka, known for its white beaches and large tea plantations in the Indian Ocean, has reduced its rates in an attempt to recover the inflow of tourists to the country. After the Easter Sunday terr...

THE MARKET SHARE OF AIRBNB IN THE NETHERLANDS RISING SHARPLY

Nik Fes -
In 2016, in Amsterdam there were almost 1.7 million booked nights through Airbnb. An increase of as much as 125% compared to 2015. The market share exploded thereby to 10.7% (from 5.4%) compared with ...

NUMBER OF VISITORS IN CATALONIA FELL BY 11.3%, HARMING THE TOURISM SECTOR

Richard Moor -
The summer is over, while the tourism sector is running out of steam in Catalonia. The industry reported a decrease in occupation rates, reaching 5% in comparison to last year’s figures. A report from...

AUSTRIA’S TOURISM REACHES 140 MILLION MARK FOR THE FIRST TIME

The year 2016 brought many visitors to the Alps and to the Danube. However, for the hoteliers not everything is rosy. The start of the winter season was somewhat weak for Austria’s tourism....
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