Airbnb posing less significant threat to hotels in Thailand than expected, but its influence in the longer term should not be underestimated, says JLL
New reports states that between 2018 and 2020 new completed units will represent a massive 83% increase over existing supply.
Occupancy rates and revenue for hotels will tend to grow in line with continuing growth momentum of the markets for both domestic and international tourism
The overall value of Thai spa industry has seen a steady increase of 8% per annum during 2013-15, reaching THB 35 billion
Thailand has experienced another active year recording US$335 million in hotel transactions, led by the capital, Bangkok.
Direct investment in Thailand’s hotel sector reached THB10.7 billion in the first half of 2017, according to JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group.
2017 will see a big jump in investment volume as the THB-10.8-billion sale of Swissotel Nai Lert Park is scheduled for conclusion this year, according JLL’s...
The Hotel Etiquette Poll found that 66% of the 1,027 respondents consider free WiFi the most important factor when booking a hotel room. This shows that...