Bonne performances des hôtels mauriciens
Le tout dernier rapport de PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP sur le secteur hôtelier africain indique la bonne santé de Maurice dans ce domaine avec une hausse constatée de 12.7% dans les revenus pour les chambres et la croissance sera autour de 7.2% par an jusqu’à 2022.
Kenya, Tanzania and Mauritius should be the next fastest growing, with compound annual increases of 9.6%, 9.1% and 7.2%, respectively. South Africa is projected to be the slowest growing market with a 5.6% compound annual increase in room revenue.
The hotel markets in Nigeria and Mauritius continued to perform well in 2017 with both achieving double-digit growth whereas Kenya and Tanzania had decreases in room revenue. For the forecast period as a whole, the number of available rooms in Nigeria will rise from 9 700 in 2017 to 12 600 in 2022, a 5.4% compound annual increase – still the largest expansion of any country in the report. Hotel room revenue in Mauritius increased by 12.7% in 2017 and the country continues to experience growth in the number of foreign visitors. Hotel room revenue is projected to grow at a 7.2% compound annual rate to 2022.