Market Report: The Netherlands Serviced Apartments Market

By On January 22, 2018

The market for serviced apartments is the fastest growing segment of the hospitality industry in the Netherlands, as shown in a new market report by Horwath HTL.

The number of branded serviced apartments providers has increased exponentially over the last three years. Stimulated by the increase of supply, the demand has also increased. As a result, occupancies and average room rates for serviced apartments continue to rise.

On January 24th, Horwath HTL Netherlands Director, Ewout Hoogendoorn, is hosting a panel on the ‘have invested’  v the ‘have not invested’ and ‘what’s hot’ and ‘what’s not’ at the Serviced Apartment Summit Europe: Recharge 2018 at Zoku Amsterdam.

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Marco van Bruggen

As senior consultant with Horwath HTL, Marco van Bruggen has carried out over 150 market analyses, feasibility studies and valuations for stand-alone and mixed-use projects including hotels, meeting centres, golf courses and leisure facilities in The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. Notable projects include a study into the hotel market in all 10 municipalities along the Flemish coast, an analysis of hotel development potential and opportunities in the Dutch province of Zeeland and a feasibility study for the extension of hotel and conference facilities of Novotel Amsterdam. Additionally, Marco organises and coordinates all annual and bi-annual market statistics available from Horwath HTL Benelux, including the annual Hotel Statistics (HOSTA). Marco also maintains press relations for Horwath HTL and has written articles for publications such as Hospitality Management, NRIT Magazine and Global Hotel Network.
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