Growth in hotel investment in Asia-Pacific in 2021 reflects growing optimism



Hotel investments in APAC are accelerating, reaching $ 4.7 billion in the first half of 2021, according to a new study from CBRE.

Quarter over quarter, the second quarter of 2021 saw a hotel transaction volume of $ 2.3 billion in the region, down 5.1% from the first quarter of 2021. Japan, the Mainland China, Korea and Australia made up the bulk of sales volume in the second quarter, says CBRE.

Other investment opportunities are expected to emerge as a large amount of capital continues to seek returns in the hospitality industry, particularly from well-capitalized and experienced investors who look beyond the recession and take a vision to longer term returns on investment.

Resort markets like Sanya and the Maldives have been the main beneficiaries of pent-up demand for leisure travel, recording increases in average daily income (ADR), in stark contrast to other key markets that have seen a decline. year-on-year of ADR. Regional ADR stands at $ 77.78 on a 12-month rolling basis for the year ending July 2021, down 22.2% year-on-year, concludes CBRE.

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