The unprecedented global health crisis triggered by COVID-19 affected travel markets and consumer behavior worldwide. Across Europe, travel segments contracted sharply in 2020, in stark contrast with the expansive growth experienced in previous years. The global pandemic severely limited leisure travel in 2020 and 2021, and all travel segments contracted sharply in 2020, in stark contrast with the expansive growth of previous years. Still, Europeans remain eager to travel and many have begun to do so again, especially as infection rates drop, travel restrictions are lifted, and certain guidelines and protocols are put in place.(Phocuswright: Europe Consumer Travel Report 2021, (Series).
Phocuswright provides research, data and reports on the travel, tourism and hospitality industry worldwide. Here is a selection of the reports available: –
- Europe Consumer Travel Report 2021, (Series) (Oct 2021).
- Curated Collection Hotels and Accommodations, (Jun 2021).
- Europe Travel Market Report 2020-2024, (Mar 2021).
- U.S. Hotel & Lodging Market Report 2020-2024, (Jan 2021).
- Emerging Models in Hospitality: On-Demand, Micro and Pop-Up, (Jun 2020).
Hotels and Motels country specific reports allow clients to focus on the locations they need to research.
- Global – Hotels & Motels, (Oct 2021).
- Ireland – Hotels & Motels, (Oct 2021).
- Bed & Breakfast and Hostel Accommodations in the US, (Oct 2021).
- Hotels and Motels in the US, (Sept 2021).
- Boutique Hotels, (Mar 2021).
- Hotels and Resorts in Australia, (Nov 2021).
- Hotels and Resorts in New Zealand, (May 2021).
- Hotels in China,(May 2021).
- Serviced Apartments in Australia, (Mar 2021).
- Hotels in the UK, (Nov 2021).
- Holiday Accommodation in the UK, (Nov 2021).
- Budget Hotels in the UK, (Jul 2021).
Enterprise Ireland clients can access these reports and others during COVID-19 by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org where our staff will be happy to assist you with your research requirements.
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