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Tented Accommodation Market Rises Across Asia

Category: Hotels, Posted:12 Feb 2016 | 10:32 am

Modern travelers’ preferences are shifting to a deeper interest in eco-tourism and culture, thus creating a new market for tented accommodation. Enter the new world of glamping.

C9 Hotelworks has released a new Tented Accommodation Market 2016  report on Southeast Asia that covers this exciting sector.

 Aside from luxury mainstays like Aman and Four Seasons who have tented properties one of the new exciting pipeline projects is the Rosewood in Luang Prabang designed by Bill Bensley.

 According to our research though a new wave of tented camps are operating at all accommodation tiers in increasing numbers.

Southeast Asia’s market size stands at 29 properties with 533 tents. This lodging segment is in early stage development in the region; currently, there are 14 standalone and 15 hybrid resorts currently operating.

Most properties are located in secluded areas and offer products with eco-friendly designs and activities relating to the destination. High product differentiation has spurred a rebirth of the tent that is getting Millennial and traditional travelers out of the box.

Click here to download the entire report.

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