Travel is under particular scrutiny for sustainability. As a result, travellers are seeking sustainable options and hosts wish to make better choices and be highlighted as having done so. Furthermore, rises in energy costs are providing further motivation. So, how sustainable are short-term rentals, and do sustainable listing badges increase short-term rental occupancy?
As vacation rental supply & demand continue to burgeon, traditional hospitality businesses & their competitive understanding have had to evolve; as have the operations that support them. Hotels & short-term rentals, along with hospitality data provision, are converging.
Why should you be looking cross-sector, and how will data convergence help you?
In partnership with Rentals United, we bring you the Global Vacation Rental Report 2022, a deep dive into property manager behaviour & sentiment around the world. Check out the highlights and download the report for the latest global insights into operations, distribution, technology adoption, pricing strategies & data usage
Despite a major recovery this summer, European travel volumes are still behind the pre-pandemic days, which are not expected to be surpassed until 2024. The most recent edition of the ‘European Tourism Trends & Prospects’ quarterly report from the European Travel Commission (ETC) continues to monitor COVID-19 impact on the sector, examining how travel is rebounding amid the current wave of infections and ongoing vaccination programmes.
Over the past 3 years, growth in vacation rental rooms has been equivalent to all the existing hotel rooms in Italy, France, Spain & Germany combined. Now, as travel trends mould to post-pandemic reality and vacation rentals appear primed for even greater growth, we’ve built a ‘Vacation Rental Map of the World’. The report takes you through current industry trends, including supply, rates, occupancy & professionalisation.