GCC Hospitality

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With the goal of diversifying their economic base, the GCC nations have begun to invest heavily toward improving the existing infrastructure. The GCC .....

Summary

With the goal of diversifying their economic base, the GCC nations have begun to invest heavily toward improving the existing infrastructure. The GCC hospitality industry, which includes travel and tourism, is a direct beneficiary of this drive, as the GCC governments attempt to tap their geographical advantage as a hub between the east and the west. The growth of international travelers, and the hosting of major sporting, cultural and business events, pose an increasing demand on the hospitality industry. 
In this report we provide an overview of the sector in the GCC region, its growth drivers, and detail the current and future trends in the industry. We also list the challenges faced by and opportunities available for both the public and the private players.

TOC

  1. Executive Summary
    • Trends in the industry
  2. Industry Overview
    • Global hospitality industry overview
    • Regional hospitality industry overview 
    • Market Structure
    • Industry metrics (current and expected) 
    • Industry Size (current and potential) 
    • Demand/Supply Gap (current and forward estimates) 
    • Major Players 
  3. Trends in the sector 
    • Development of niche tourism offerings 
    • Luxury hotels dominating the supply pipeline of GCC hospitality 
    • Growing trend towards service apartments 
    • Growing demand for budget segment 
    • Increasing interest of international operators 
    • International recognition of local players 
    • Growing trend towards spa and gymnasium facilities 
    • Shift in marketing strategies by hotel companies 
  4. Regulatory Aspect 
    • Key regulatory bodies 
    • Role of regulators in developing the industry 
    • Regulation by ministry of labor 
  5. Challenges faced in the Sector 
    • Political upheaval 
    • Global economic uncertainty 
    • Seasonality of demand 
    • Oversupply 
    • High Employee turnover 
    • Sustainability in future 
    • Shortage of operators 
    • Real estate uncertainties 
    • Rising cost of construction 
    • Difficult project financing 
  6. Growth Drivers 
    • International tourist arrivals 
    • Business travellers 
    • MICE destination (Meetings, Incentives, Conferencing, Exhibitions) 
    • Improving economic environment 
    • GCC as an ideal transit point 
    • Increasing spending power 
    • Flourishing Intra-GCC Travel 
    • Government support 
    • Better reach and offers from airline industry 
  7. Investment Opportunities for Private Sector 
    • Investment opportunities in Qatar 
    • Hospitality related M and A activity in the region. 
  8. SWOT 
  9. Appendix 
    • Appendix 1: Revenue Model 
    • Appendix 2: Supply pipeline in GCC 

Tables & Charts

Tables:
2.1 Type of rooms in pipeline
2.2 Country wise room pipeline
2.3 Key financials - Saudi Hotels and Resorts Co.
2.4 Key metrics - Saudi Hotels and Resorts Co.
2.5 Key financials - National Corp. for Tourism and Hotels
2.6 Key metrics - National Corp. for Tourism and Hotels
2.7 Key financials – Oman Hotels and Tourism
2.8 Key metrics – Oman Hotels and Tourism
2.9 Key financials – IFA Hotels and Resorts Company KSCC
2.10 Key metrics – IFA Hotels and Resorts Company KSCC
4.1 Expatriate Population in GCC
9.1 Room pipeline details

Charts:
2.1 Hospitality industry basic supply chain
2.2 Global tourist arrivals split
2.3 Total contribution of travel and tourism to GCC countries’ GDP, % (2008-2012)
2.4 Total contribution of travel and tourism to GCC countries’ GDP, US$ bn (2008-2012)
2.5 GCC international arrivals split (in Millions)
2.6 GCC Countries’ Investment in Travel and Tourism Sector (in million US $), 2012
2.7 Spending by Domestic and Foreign Tourists (2008-2012)
2.8 Spending by Business vs. Leisure tourists (2008-2012)
2.9 Historic Occupancy (2007-2011)
2.10 Occupancy Forecast (2011-2016)
2.11 Average Daily Rent, 2007-2011 (US$)
2.12 Average Daily Rate Forecast, 2012-2016 (US$)
2.13 RevPar, 2007-2011 (US$)
2.14 RevPar Forecast, 2012-2016 (US$)
2.15 Room Revenue Forecast (Billion USD)
2.16 Room pipeline by Hotel Company (in %)
6.1 GDP Growth Rate

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