Construction Pipeline Central/South America

Central And South America Hotel Development Pipeline For November 2013 at 264 Hotels

The Upper Midscale segment is projected to open the most rooms for the remainder of 2013 (510 rooms in three hotels), followed by the Midscale segment (358 rooms in two hotels) and the Upscale segment (290 rooms in three hotels).

STR Global The Central/South America hotel development pipeline comprises 264 hotels totalling 42,231 rooms, according to the November 2013 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report. The total active pipeline data includes projects in the In Construction, Final Planning and Planning stages but does not include projects in the Pre-Planning stage.

There are 12 hotels with 1,591 rooms under construction and scheduled to open during 2013 in the region. The Upper Midscale segment is projected to open the most rooms for the remainder of 2013 (510 rooms in three hotels), followed by the Midscale segment (358 rooms in two hotels) and the Upscale segment (290 rooms in three hotels).

During 2014, 82 hotels with 13,120 rooms are projected to open. The most rooms are expected to open in the Upscale segment (3,838 rooms in 23 hotels) and the Upper Midscale segment (2,560 rooms in 20 hotels). 

About STR Global:

STR Global provides clients-including hotel operators, developers, financiers, analysts and suppliers to the hotel industry-access to hotel research with regular and custom reports covering Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and South America. STR Global provides a single source of global hotel data covering daily and monthly performance data, segmentation data, forecasts, annual profitability, pipeline and census information. Hotel operators can join the surveys on a complimentary basis and benefit from free industry data. STR Global is part of the STR family of companies and is proudly associated with STR, RRC Associates, STR Analytics and Hotel News Now. 



Logos, product and company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

comments powered by Disqus