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About the Barometer

The GBR Consulting Barometer is a regular suvey to obtain insights into the Greek hotel industry's opinions current issues as well as expectations about Occupancy (OCC) and Average Room Rate (ARR).

If you are a hotelier and you want to participate, please send us your business email (i.e. one linked to a hotel url) to barometer@gbrconsulting.gr. The records kept of survey responses do not contain any identifying information that can lead to the identification of the person that has responded or the hotel s/he represents.

Results 2014 Q2

  • Together with a very optimistic forecast for the upcoming Q2 of 2014, the Greek hotel sector remains very optimistic for 2014 as a whole with significant improvements in occupancy levels and to a lesser extent in room rates.

All hotels - forecast for Q2 2014

Barometer Q2
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All hotels - forecast for 2014

Barometer 2014
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  • City and resort hoteliers are equally optimistic for the second quarter and for 2014 overall with significant improvements on all levels compared to last year.

Resort hotels - forecast for 2014

Barometer 2014 Resort hotels
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City hotels - forecast for 2014

Barometer 2014 City hotels
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  • However, our analysis shows a difference per hotel category. The 4 and 5 star hotel sectors are very positive on the coming quarter as well as for 2014 as a whole. The 4 star hoteliers are the most positive hotel segment as none of them is expecting a decrease in neither occupancy nor room rates, not for their own hotels and also not for the market in general for the coming second quarter.
  • The 3 star segment overall expects for 2014 improvements at all levels, but almost 2 out of 10 hoteliers is expecting significant drops in both occupancy and room rates, which tempers the overall climate in this segment for 2014.
  • The 2 star hotel sector is expecting improvements in occupancy for 2014, while room rates are forecasted to stabilise.

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