U.S. Hotel & Lodging: Intermediaries Rise Again
The U.S. hotel segment continues to benefit from both inbound and domestic business. Rising demand and virtually flat supply have allowed hotels to grow their average daily rates. Meanwhile, hotels are working hard at securing their future, especially in light of competition from home rental and apartment-sharing sites. Overall, the U.S. hotel and lodging sector continues to grow faster than the market as a whole – by 2017, the hotel market will reach US$168.3 billion, a 38% jump over 2013.
Phocuswright's U.S. Hotel & Lodging: Intermediaries Rise Again is a comprehensive analysis of the U.S. travel industry, providing market sizing and growth forecasts through 2017. The report focuses on the U.S. online leisure/unmanaged business travel marketplace, highlighting marketing and distribution trends in hotel and lodging. This comprehensive research provides a detailed overview of travel distribution in the U.S., with analysis of trends in market share, technological innovation and consumer behavior.
- Size and composition of the U.S. total and online travel markets
- Market sizing and forecasts through 2017
- Mobile travel sizing for hotels and lodging
- Distribution patterns and projections by segment and channel
- Consumer and technology trends influencing travel marketing and distribution
Purchase U.S. Hotel & Lodging: Intermediaries Rise Again for comprehensive market sizing of the U.S. travel industry with a focus on the hotels and lodging segment.
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