Profit per room at hotels in the Middle East & Africa increased by 25.6 percent year-on-year in August, with multiple markets across the region benefitting from celebrations to mark the Eid al-Adha Holy festival.
As of 3 October, 65 hotels accounting for 4,422 rooms in North Carolina were confirmed to be closed due to storm-related damage. According to Dominik Kozissnik, STRs global census director, roughly half of the closed properties already have planned re-opening dates, most of which will be later this month or in November. South Carolina, on the other hand, reported three closings that totaled 323 rooms.
Nairobi market shows signs of recovery - Manama reaches highest August occupancy since 2008
Jakarta posts record-breaking performance with a boost from the Asian Games - Tokyo performance levels helped by inbound tourism