According to HORWATH HTL, 2013 will be a year when most European hotel markets finally emerge from the doldrums they have been in for the past 4 years. That’s not to say the situation will be rosy – far from it. But the indicators are looking better than they have for quite some time. To get an idea of the outlook in the key markets across the continent, The Hotel Yearbook asked 13 different offices of Horwath’s international network to contribute their professional assessment of where we are and where we are going.
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