Horwath HTL Special Market Report: Queensland, Australia

By On 04th August 2017

Stefan Muff and Spring Fan of Horwath HTL Australia have written the latest Horwath HTL Special Market Report on Queensland, Australia.

While some resorts may take years to recover from the devastation of Cyclone Debbie, and a stagnant corporate travel market has slowed growth, the Queensland market remains strong. In 2016, Queensland recorded the largest growth in holiday visitors by state and received the second largest number of leisure visitor nights after New South Wales. With the 2018 Commonwealth Games being held at the Gold Coast, state-wide tourism is expected to rebound quickly and continue to grow.

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Stefan Muff is a Consultant at Horwath HTL Australia in Sydney where he focuses on conducting hotel feasibility studies, operator selections, operational reviews and asset management. He is highly knowledgeable on the performance of Australia’s diverse hotel markets and specialises in producing hotel market outlooks. Stefan is also a regular contributor to both internal and external publications and has written for the Global Hotel Network among others. Stefan’s 10 years’ of experience in the hotel industry started with operational roles in Australia, Switzerland, France, the US and later China, where he was involved in the pre-opening of the largest conference hotel, the Kempinski Qingdao. Prior to joining Horwath HTL Australia in Sydney, Stefan worked as a consultant for AHS Advisory in Sydney and before that PKF Hotels in Shanghai, conducting feasibility studies and market reviews throughout greater China. Stefan grew up in Singapore and Sydney and then completed his Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management at the École hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland.
 
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