Most hotel industry professionals define a buyer’s market as the one that is not performing at the top of its historic track record and therefore the one that allows for significant room for asset appreciation and performance upside. However, without making headlines like Ibiza, and featuring a 12-month hotel season, the Canary Islands has been quietly and gradually reaching to the top arrivals ranking of the holiday market in the entire Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Only behind UAE, but ahead of leading tourism markets such as Croatia, Egypt, South Africa and Bulgaria, this Spanish region has attracted 13 million tourists in 2015, a record year in the history of tourism in this holiday destination. The post Canary Islands…a buyers’ market? | hotelsmag.com appeared first on Laurent DELPORTE.
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