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The future of open air hospitality across Europe

The open air hospitality market across Europe has seen huge interest from both holiday makers and investors during the coronavirus pandemic, and we explore the reasons behind this.

February 15, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic sent the hospitality industry into a downward spiral throughout Europe. While more than 850,000 hotel rooms closed and international travel ceased, there was one hospitality segment that benefited from an increase in domestic 'staycation' demand, open air hospitality.

In this paper our team of experts explore the  open air hospitality industry across Europe, including a look at the key players in the market, why the holiday park sector has proved so resilient, and reasons to expect an investment surge in this area moving forward. 

Read more about our views on the future landscape of open air hositality accross Europe by downloading the report below. 

 

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