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Study on The PROSPECT OF HOTEL BUSINESS In Indonesia, 2013-2017

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Study on The PROSPECT OF HOTEL BUSINESS In Indonesia, 2013-2017

Pembangunan Hotel di Indonesia

In April 2013, P.T. CITRA CENDEKIA INDONESIA (CCI) has successfully in compiling and publishing the above study which is analyzed the prospect of hotel in Indonesia, 2013‐2017. The study reveals that the Indonesia tourism sector is coming up again to a great development even the global economic is not fully stable yet. the total of foreign tourists which came in to Indonesia has been increasing calculated accumulatively from foreign tourists’ visiting thru all gates in 2012 at some of 8,044,462 or increased at 5,16% compared to 7,649,731 in 2011. The increasing of foreign tourists’ visiting to Indonesia for the last five year calculated at 6.58% on average or increased at some 452,491 persons per year on average. The gladden condition is expected to be keep going on up to 2017 with some of 11,062,836 foreign tourists’ visiting to Indonesia.

The hostelry business in Indonesia has been growing in line with the increasing of foreign tourists’ visiting flow and large-scale companies’ trend in business traveling together with domestic tourists. For example, in 2012, foreign tourists who staying in started hotel recorded at some of 6,468,493 persons or some 21.11% compared to domestic tourists at some of 24,168,449 persons or some of 78.89%. In the same year, the total of accommodations at some 1,623 started hotel with some of 155,740 rooms and 238,485 units of bed. The occupancy rate was at some of 56.16% on average or there was some of 1.9 persons occupied the rooms, whereas bed’s occupancy rate was at some of 68.98%.

Over all, the room’s occupancy rate of started hotel in 2012 at some of 56.16%. It means that in 2012, all hotel’s room occupied some of 56.16%. The figure was higher than room’s occupancy rate at some of 53,35 in 2011. The Highest room’s occupancy rate awarded to five star hotel namely 68.72% and the lowest room’s occupancy rate at some of 47.65% suffered by one started hotel. More detail, the list of content of the study is following below.

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