Asia Pacific - HVS Hotel Valuation Index

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Hok Yean CHEE
Managing Director - Singapore
[email protected]
+65 67 30 63 08

The Hospitality Valuation Index (HVI) combines the various factors affecting the economy and region at large with hotel market specific demand and supply dynamics to derive indicative values and future growth trends. For this edition of the HVI, we have analysed 22 key hotel markets in Asia Pacific with a total inventory of approximately 1,219,300 rooms in the mid-market and higher space (four star plus).



Note:
  1. To facilitate comparison between markets, we have calculated the index in USD. However, to understand the inherent growth within a market, sans currency fluctuation, we have also presented growth in values in terms of local currency for the historical years. The forecasted numbers, however, assumed an exchange rate, forecasted by the Economic Intelligence Unit, between the local currency and USD.
  2. The HVI intends to create a platform where trends in hotel values are captured on an ongoing basis. We understand and appreciate the individual characteristics pertaining to each hotel asset. Therefore, it would be misrepresentative to look at a trend from the HVI and apply it to a specific asset. While this might give an indication of directional movement, for an investor or an owner, it is critical to capture hotel specific trends and factors to comment on its open market value.
  3. The HVI does not consider appreciation or depreciation of real estate in a particular market neither does it account for changes in construction prices/indices. We have worked off a premise that a hotel asset’s value is derived from the income it can generate.

Historical - Valuation Trends by City:


Note:
  1. Values are presented by % change in 2020 over 2019 in USD terms, highest to lowest.
  2. Other than performance of the hotels, the index above has reflected the appreciation / depreciation of their respective local currency against the USD
  3. Valuations for the Maldives were only performed in USD.
  4. The three-color graded scale is based on the maximum, 50th percentile and minimum value.

HVS Forecast - Hotel Valuation Index 2021 (USD):


Note:
  1. HVS forecast as of 1st November 2021.
  2. The two-color graded scale is based on the maximum and minimum value.


Hok Yean CHEE
Managing Director - Singapore
[email protected]
+65 67 30 63 08
Market 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
Bali
Moderate value decline
Stable values
Significant value decline
Significant value increase
Moderate value increase
Bangkok
Beijing
Brisbane
Stable values
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Hanoi
Significant value decline
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Ho Chi Minh
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Hong Kong
Jakarta
Stable values
Moderate value decline
Significant value decline
Significant value increase
Moderate value increase
Kuala Lumpur
Moderate value increase
Significant value decline
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Langkawi
Significant value increase
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Maldives
Moderate value increase
Stable values
Significant value decline
Significant value increase
Moderate value increase
Manila
Stable values
Moderate value decline
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Melbourne
Stable values
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Osaka
Moderate value decline
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Perth
Significant value decline
Moderate value decline
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Phuket
Seoul
Shanghai
Singapore
Moderate value increase
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Sydney
Stable values
Significant value increase
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase
Taipei
Tokyo
Moderate value increase
Stable values
Significant value decline
Moderate value increase
Moderate value increase

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