Spain Tourism Industry Discussed by BMI in New Market Research Report Now Available at

24 Apr 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Spain has traditionally been one of the most-visited travel destinations worldwide. However, after the global financial crunch had hit Europe, the country’s tourism industry was badly affected, as most potential holiday-makers could not afford to travel. At large, Spain is expected to witness a little sluggish but steady growth in the forthcoming years, mainly due to the increasing numbers of tourists from Europe. Furthermore, the country is taking advantage from the scenarios in rival destinations, including financial fragility in Greece and political turmoil in Egypt. Although Spain boasts a strong travel & tourism infrastructure and a significant hotel industry, these well-established sectors could possibly mean there is little room for investment and growth in the offing.

With splendid beaches, world-famous cities and impressing mountains, Spain offers a vast diversity of holiday options. Alongside with the steady growth of budget airlines and a very strong travel & tourism sector, countrywide and globally alike, Spain is likely to keep on being a favourite destination for many Europeans. In particular, the UK promises to be a key success driver; and as wages grow and disposable personal income levels rise, the number of inbound tourists from Britain is projected to increase.

New research study “Spain Tourism Report Q2 2015” prepared by Business Monitor International gives a bird’s eye view of the Spain tourism sector, as well as presents a comprehensive economic and political outlook for the country. It offers historical data plus forecasts with respect to the industry with information on top 10 markets by arrivals and departures, and delves deep into the key market segments. The report presents a granular SWOT analysis of the tourism sector, an assessment and outlook of the national tourism market space, and a keen look at the tourism industry on a worldwide scale, across the developed states and emerging nations. The research publication canvasses the competitive scene and discusses key competitors. Industry risk and/or reward ratings for the domestic tourism sector are covered, too.

Key competitors discussed are: NH Hotel Group, Melia Hotels International, Iberostar, H10 Hotels, Barceló Hotels & Resorts, Be Live Hotels, Grupo Hotusa, and Hoteles Catalonia.

Report Details:

Spain Tourism Report Q2 2015
Date: April, 2015
Pages: 57
Price: US$ 1,295.00 

More new reports by the publisher can be found Business Monitor International page.


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