Hotel Yearbook 2015: Korea, Asia Pacific

By On 11th February 2015

Steve Baek of Horwath HTL Singapore has written an exclusive report for the Hotel Yearbook 2015 about Korea and the 2015 outlook for the market.

“After all the splendid years, the Seoul hotel market, as well as the rest of Korea, is facing a real challenge over the next several years, due to slower demand growth and the large pipeline of new hotels.”

Click here to download Steve’s report

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Robert Hecker


Robert Hecker manages the Asia regional arm of Horwath HTL with offices in Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Jakarta. Since his arrival in the region with Horwath in 1988, he has developed an extensive background and expertise in the region’s developing hotel and tourism industries through his direct involvement in the planning and analysis of more than 500 projects located throughout the Asia Pacific Region. Overall, he has 35 years of experience including hotel operations with Pacific Plaza Hotels in California and conducting market and financial analyses for hotels, resorts, cruise ships, convention centers, conference centers and restaurants while with Laventhol and Horwath in San Francisco. Robert is also a frequent speaker at industry related conferences around the region and has published numerous research articles in regional industry publications.
 
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