2017 had seen €21.6 billion European hotel investment making highest record in industry

 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 


AdareManorHotelAndGolfResort-20mar18The year 2017 was a record year for European hotel investment as transaction volumes reached a record high of €21.6 billion.



The foremost global real estate advisor, CBRE said that it represent a 16% increase year-on-year, on the 2016 total of €18.6 billion. 2017 also surpassed the previous peak set in 2015, of €21.2 billion.




The United Kingdom has registered the highest actual investment volume of all the European countries at €6.2 billion, which is up by 39% year-on-year.


The growth in European hotel investment was determined by the sale of nationwide portfolios and major single assets; notably the sale of the Hilton Metropoles, the Jurys Inn Portfolio and QHotels, as well as major single asset deals including the JW Marriott Grosvenor House.



There are several European markets which have witnessed a remarkably higher level of investment activity including the Nordics, Spain, Italy and The Netherlands.



The Nordic hotel investment market had doubled in size in 2017 which is representing a 101% increase year-on-year to post €1.5 billion.



While on Spain, it continued to see strong investment appetite and posted a record-high volume of €3.7 billion in 2017.



The Netherlands also saw a notable uptick and registered €1.4billion, up by 81% year-on-year and €1.3 billion was invested into Italy, up by 16% year-on-year.



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