Sao Paulo Leads Latin America's Hotel Construction Pipeline with 38 Projects Followed by Campinas, Brazil and Rio de Janeiro
September 27, 2016 11:08am
September 27, 2016 – PORTSMOUTH, NH
According to Latin America’s Hotel Construction Pipeline from Lodging Econometrics (LE), the three cities with the largest pipelines are: Sao Paulo with 38 Projects/7,191 Rooms, Campinas, Brazil with 34 Projects/6,239 Rooms and Rio de Janeiro with 32 Projects/6,625 Rooms.
The leading franchise companies in Latin America’s Pipeline are: AccorHotels with 111 Projects/16,551 Rooms, Marriott International with 58 projects/9,814 Rooms and Hilton Worldwide with 55 Projects/7,483 Rooms.
The leading brand for each of Latin America’s top three franchise companies are: Accor’s Hotel Ibis with 47 Projects/6,336 Rooms, Hilton Garden Inn with 18 Projects/2,595 Rooms and Marriott’s Fairfield Inn with 15 Projects/2,579 Rooms.
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