World Hospitality Market
|発行||CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies||商品コード||179835|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 200 Pages
Worldwide Hospitality market is estimated by CSIL at over USD 27.1 billion at end-user prices for the year 2012. The North American hospitality market is the biggest accounting for around 40% of the total, followed by Europe with 26% and Asia/Oceania accounting for 24%.In MENA countries the hospitality market is estimated to be worth approximately USD 2 billion, whereas the market in Central/South America, mainly driven by Brazil, accounts for around 3% of the world hospitality market.In 2012 roughly 353,000 new rooms have been furnished and 573,000 rooms have been renovated, for a total of about 926,000 rooms. Asian countries have currently the largest pipeline in the world, with 380,902 new rooms in construction.Average EBITDA among the European furniture manufacturers working in this field is around 8%. Market share for major players do not excess 2% when considering the worldwide market. It reaches 10%-15% when considering specific markets and specific products.
Europe. Steps of the planning and design of hotels, 2012
This Report provides an overview of the world hospitality furniture market, namely the world contract furniture market for hotels and resorts with a focus on the four and five star segments. After two years, it is the second CSIL Report on this Issue.
The Report is divided into four main geographical areas: Europe, Middle East, Asia and the Americas, with focus on some of the main countries for each Region.
For each area the medium-high segment has been analysed, paying attention mainly to four and five star hotels, considering the companies that can provide "turnkey projects" or can offer additional services, not merely the supply of single items.
Attention is given in highlighting the specific features of hundreds of key players of the hospitality sector, such as major architects and interior design studios, the major hotel chains and some of the major contractors.
This Report is the result of an in-deep methodology: Processing of macroeconomic data and home furniture sector statistics from CSIL's databases. Around 100 interviews carried out specifically for this report. Analysis of the available documentation referring to contract furnishings (regulations, tenders and ongoing projects);Study of the existing statistics on tourism flows from the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC);Analysis of the national statistics on the number of hotels and similar establishments (Eurostat, ISTAT, ISEE, etc.)Sector magazines and company websites;Analysis of non-confidential documents already in the CSIL database (reports on the contract market in Europe and China, reports on complementary sectors in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Brazil, etc);CSIL processing of statistical data including all the available information sources in this field
It is worth mentioning that the term contract is used whenever the simple provision of furnishings, under the contracting formula (responsibility for all the work involved in a specific job order), is accompanied by a series of collateral services, such as support for designing spaces, and finding and coordinating sub-contractors for the completion of the furnishings. The overall market value for the hospitality furniture sector includes bedroom, mattresses,bathroom furniture, living room, marble, glass, windows, doors, textiles, lighting, mobile partition walls.
B&B, Bentley Design, Choice Hotels International, Consonni International, Depa International, Doimo Group, EE Smith, Foshan Richang, Frank Nicholson, Gainwell, Greenline Interiors, Havelock Europa, HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates, Hilton Worldwide, Huabo Furniture, Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG), Interna Contract spa, Marriott International, Maxsun, MobilProject, Molteni, Pierre-Yves Rochon , Poliform, Poltrona Frau Group, Richmond International, Rockwell Architecture, Santarossa, Saporiti, Selva AG SpA, Senyuan, Voeglauer, Wyndham Hotel Group.