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Australian Luxury Hotels Up Their Game for Chinese Tourists

JLL Real Views | January 18, 2019

With the Chinese now accounting for Australia's largest group of tourists, hotels are going the extra yard to make their visitors feel welcome. Congee at the breakfast buffet, Chinese signage, Chinese-speaking staff and bottled and hot water are common adaptations at some hotels as operators pursue the growing cohort of tourists from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Expanding wealth in China has resulted in a booming number of tourists venturing out around the world. Australia pulls in more than 1 million visitors annually, a number that will continue to grow, based on projections of China's increasing prosperity. But as their spending capa...

How the Middle East is Drawing in Chinese Visitors

JLL Real Views | November 13, 2017

By Emily Perryman Whether they're after windswept deserts, archaeological treasures or luxurious beach resorts, China's growing middle class is increasingly considering the Middle East as their next holiday destination. Amid rising affluence levels, the number of travelers from China has soared in recent years, making it the world's largest outbound tourism market. But in addition to visiting countries in the Far East and Europe, Chinese tourists are seeking new destinations off the beaten path. Last year, around 540,000 tourists visited Dubai from China, up from 450,000 in 2015. It makes China one of Dubai's top 10 source markets, acco...

U.S. Hotels Make Chinese Travelers Feel at Home

JLL Real Views | May 9, 2016

by Laura Agadoni In a growing number of U.S. hotels, fried noodles and congee are joining the bacon and eggs on the breakfast buffet, chopsticks are lining up alongside the forks and staff are being trained to say "huanying" as well as "welcome". Chinese travelers are flocking to America – where they're being welcomed with open arms particularly following a 2014 visa agreement, which extends business and tourism visas from China to the US (and vice versa) from one year to 10 years. The US government is aiming to encourage Chinese travel to the US to help boost the tourism sector as well as the wider economy. And for good reason &n...

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