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Growth has been dragged down by the downturn in visitors from Asia, says Stats NZ.
Another solid week for Auckland’s hotel market has helped drive growth in all three metrics in a rare, positive week across all of New Zealand, according to STR.
Tourists spend in New Zealand continues to climb, topping $40bn in the year to March 2019, although the pace of growth has halved from a year earlier.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is calling for registrations of interest for two of its tourism spending datasets.
A decent spring has turned into a slow start to summer for Christchurch’s hotel market marked by the opening last week of Novotel Christchurch Airport, according to STR.
Building consents for new hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation including alterations or additions grew to 533 for the year to October 2019, up 29% on the previous 12 months.
The Tourism Bay of Plenty and Visit Whanganui areas led month-on-month spending growth for September 2019, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
International visitors from the United States led spending growth in the year to September 2019, jumping 15% on the previous 12 months, according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Industry is pinning its hopes on a new International Visitor Survey contract to help overcome problems that have plagued one of the government’s most important tourism datasets.
Visitor arrival numbers to New Zealand for the four weeks to October 27 grew by 0.6% to 254,930 compared to the corresponding period last year, according to provisional travel data from Stats NZ.
Wellington and Dunedin have painted contrasting tourism pictures for industry, according to each regions’ latest Quarterly Economic Monitor released by Infometrics.
A sluggish start to spring looks set to carry through to the end of the season for Queenstown’s hotel market, according to STR.
Wellington, Rotorua and Queenstown hotel markets are delivering close to record revenue, says the agency.
Domestic guest nights in New Zealand continue to rise while international figures are falling, according to the September 2019 Accommodation Survey released today by Statistics NZ.
Auckland and Christchurch saw results creep into double figures last week with the latter gateway leading the way, according to STR.
Industry will have to wait months for a new survey as government insight into New Zealand’s accommodation sector goes dark.
The Government has published a documentation of its tourism minister Kelvin Davis’ Data Hui event held in Wellington on October 17.
International visitor arrivals increased to 261,770 in September 2019, up 1.4% on the same month last year, according to the latest travel figures from Stats NZ.
Airbnb guests are expected to spend $343m in NZ restaurants and cafes in 2019, according to the home-sharing platform.
After a relatively good winter, Wellington’s hotel sector seems to have taken a hit in occupancy during spring with results generally tracking signficantly below last year, according to STR.
Auckland and Queenstown are the top ranked New Zealand destinations for international travellers, Mastercard’s annual Asia Pacific Destinations Index has revealed.
Visit Whanganui and Tourism Bay of Plenty shared first place in the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates, both posting spending growth of 10% in September.
While Christchurch occupancy might be lagging last year, the average daily rate in the city’s hotel market has tracked consistently higher than last spring, according to STR.
With occupancy tracking consistently above last year’s results since the start of spring, Auckland even enjoyed a little growth in ADR and RevPAR last week, according to STR.
A rare positive week for all three metrics across all of New Zealand compared to last year, albeit only just, according to STR.
Around 80 tourism industry leaders and stakeholders are in Wellington today for the government’s Information and Data Hui.
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The eight-month decline in international guest nights came to a standstill in August 2019, with a 0.5% increase recorded on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ’s latest Accommodation Survey.
A reasonable start to spring has turned a little sluggish after a third week of occupancy and ADR growth falls at the resort compared to the same period last year, according to STR.
New research from Budget NZ has revealed Kiwis are avid road trippers, with 62% doing a roadie within New Zealand in the past year.
Otago’s Central Lakes will be hardest hit as tourism slows, says Westpac.
International visitor movements at Queenstown Airport increased to 84,601 in August 2019, up 24% on the same month last year.
Double-digit dips in occupancy and RevPAR for Wellington last week reinforced a sluggish start to spring for the capital’s hotel market
Global hotel data supplier STR has been acquired for US$450m by commercial property information provider CoStar Group.
NZ’s $558m business events sector is seeking quotes for the Business Events Research Programme contract.
Winter visitor spending in Hawke’s Bay for the June to August period reached a record $127m, up 7% on the same period last year, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
Some of the country’s leading snow destinations suffered spending slowdowns for the second month in a row.
A double figure bump in RevPAR growth was part of a positive week for Christchurch for the seven days to Saturday 21 September
Visitor arrival numbers to New Zealand for the four weeks to September 1 grew by 2% compared to the corresponding period last year, according to provisional travel data from Stats NZ.
Air New Zealand carried 1.321 million passengers in August 2019, up 2.2% on the same month last year
A strong silver dollar economy contrasted with a weakening youth market in the latest Quarterly Tourism Report, with growth in international visitor arrivals skewed towards older age brackets in the year to June 2019.
After being overshadowed by an All Blacks test and a record-breaking series of Pink concerts in September last year, the Auckland hotel market managed to show a little growth last week.
July saw the eighth consecutive month-on-month fall in foreign visitor guest nights, says Stats NZ.
Queenstown occupancy is off to a reasonable spring start after managing for most of winter to track above last year’s figures, according to results from STR.
International visitor arrival numbers grew to 255,585 in July, up 2% on the same month last year, according to the latest travel figures from Stats NZ.
Tourism minister Kelvin Davis’ planned data hui is set to be held on 17 October, according to an update from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
After a mixed start to winter, followed by a sluggish midwinter, Christchurch appears to have finished the season with relatively good occupancy levels.
A new forecasting tool designed to provide investors with insight into potential demand for new tourism products has been launched by the government.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has put the Accommodation Survey up for tender.
A double-digit treat for Wellington as all three hotel metrics showed good growth for the week ending August 24, according to results from STR.