Report on luxury hospitality in Rio and São Paulo

Consultoria apresenta informações sobre o mercado hoteleiro de luxo nas duas maiores cidades do país

BSH Travel Research, statistics division of BSH International, releases on Thursday, October 1, 2009, the report on the luxury hotel market in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. In addition to presenting the concept of the luxury hotel segment, it makes a complete survey of the characteristics, evolution and location of the offer, as well as performance numbers, such as occupancy rate, average daily rate and RevPAR between 2005 and 2008.

Currently, São Paulo's luxury hotel offer has 13 hotels, divided into two main markets: Paulista, which gathers 44.6% of the offer and includes the regions of Moema, Jardins and Paulista; and Marginal Pineiros, with 56.4% of the offer and includes the Berrini and Faria Lima region. In Rio de Janeiro, in turn, there are nine means of accommodation currently classified as luxury hotels. Traditionally, this category is located on the edge of Ipanema and Copacabana. However, the growth of the city made Barra da Tijuca also emerge as a pole of attraction.

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