As a consequence of the successful mass vaccination in several countries, Brazilians are increasingly willing to travel abroad as most pandemic-related restrictions for inbound arrivals are being gradually lifted in other markets. As a result, while concerns about sanitary safety are outranked by those regarding costs, short-term rentals will need to develop more sophisticated booking engines to provide tourists with the possibility of protecting themselves against frustrating experiences, such as accommodation that does not match the description available in their listings or hosts that cancel the rental at short notice.
Lodging players that offer an experiential appeal besides the accommodation itself will stand out in attracting the attention of business tourists. The latter will expect a juxtaposition of accommodation and destination, in the sense that they will decide their corporate travel plans based on the possibility of centring the entire travel experience around the lodging.
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Lodging (Destination) covers the main types of lodging used by inbound and domestic tourists, providing a destination point of view (also known as point of supply). Lodging value is measured in terms of the price paid for lodging by the consumer and businesses based on total room sales. It does not include food and drinks or any other form of revenue that is not directly related to lodging, such as events and conferences and guest services, such as gym, spa, shop, room service, restaurant and café. Lodging volume is measured in terms of number of outlets and rooms at year end, and room nights as total of the full year.See All of Our Definitions
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