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  • 1. South  American  Hotel  &  Tourism  Business  Overview   What’s  next  in  South  America  Arturo  Garcia  Rosa  •  Senior  Partner  HVS    •  President  SAHIC   -­‐  1  -­‐  
  • 2. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals     by  Region  1950  –  2010  /  Forecat  2020     (million)  Source: UNWTO -­‐  2  -­‐  
  • 3. Intl  Tourist  Arrivals  –  1950  -­‐  2010  (million)  Source: UNWTO -­‐  3  -­‐  
  • 4. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals     1975  -­‐  2010  (percentage  change)  Source: UNWTO - HVS -­‐  4  -­‐  
  • 5. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals     World  2001  –  2010  (million)   CC   Irak   -­‐3,8%   Sars   -­‐1,7%  Source: UNWTO - HVS -­‐  5  -­‐  
  • 6. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals   Monthly  evoluAon  (%  change)  Source: UNWTO -­‐  6  -­‐  
  • 7. Intl  Tourist  Arrivals  –  1950  -­‐  2010  (million)   1st   Half   2011   4,5  %   440   -­‐  7  -­‐  
  • 8. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals   Monthly  evoluAon  2008  –  2011  (million)  Source: UNWTO -­‐  8  -­‐  
  • 9. Tourist  Arrivals   2009-­‐2010  &  YTD-­‐June  2011    (%  change  over  same  period  of  the  previous  year  )  Source: UNWTO Barometer June 2011 -­‐  9  -­‐  
  • 10. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals     South  America  –  2002  -­‐  2010  (thousands)     5.325   Argentina Brazil 5.161   2.799   Chile 2.385   Colombia 2.352   Uruguay 2.299   Peru 1.047   Ecuador Paraguay 465  Source: UNWTO - HVS -­‐  10  -­‐  
  • 11. Tourist  Arrivals  -­‐  by  Country  of  origin   Colombia Argentina 59% 70%from the from the Region Region Peru Chile 61% 82%from the from the Region Region Source: HVS -­‐  11  -­‐  
  • 12. InternaAonal  Tourist  Arrivals     South  America  –  2002  -­‐  2010  (thousands)     5.325   Argentina Sudamérica   Brazil 5.161   15%   2.799   Chile 2.385   Colombia 2.352   Uruguay Llegadas   2.299   Peru de  Turistas   1.047   Ecuador World   Paraguay 4,5%   465  Source: UNWTO - HVS -­‐  12  -­‐  
  • 13. Luxury  &  Upper  Scale  Hotels  Perfomances     Bogota  -­‐  Buenos  Aires  -­‐  Lima  -­‐  SanAago   Bogota Buenos Aires Lima Santiago Source: HVS -­‐  13  -­‐  
  • 14. Luxury  &  Upper  Scale  Pipeline   Bogota  -­‐  Buenos  Aires  -­‐  Lima  -­‐  SanAago  Bogota Buenos AiresLima Santiago Source: HVS -­‐  14  -­‐  
  • 15. Real  GDP  Growth  forecast  Source: IMF, World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 -­‐  15  -­‐  
  • 16. Territoria  3000  -­‐  SanAago,  Chile   -­‐  16  -­‐  
  • 17.      Larcomar  –  Lima,  Perú   Mall  +  Hotel   -­‐  17  -­‐  
  • 18.      Alvear  Puerto  Madero   Hotel  +  Residences   -­‐  18  -­‐  
  • 19. Costanera  Center  -­‐    SanAago,  Chile  Mall  +  Offices  +  Hotels  +  ConvenAon  Center   -­‐  19  -­‐  
  • 20.      Parque  El  Golf  -­‐  Lima,  Perú    Upscale  mall  +  Offices  +  Hotel   -­‐  20  -­‐  
  • 21.      Hilton  Bogotá   -­‐  21  -­‐  
  • 22. Karibana  -­‐  Cartagena  de  Indias     -­‐  22  -­‐  
  • 23.      St.  Regis  Hotel  &  Residences   Hotel  +  Residences   Madero Office Forum Museo Fortabat -­‐  23  -­‐  
  • 24.      Washington  Plaza  -­‐  Cartagena   Hotel  +  Residences  +  Mall   -­‐  24  -­‐  
  • 25. WesAn  Lima  Hotel   -­‐  25  -­‐  
  • 26.      Madero  Harbour  Offices  +  Residences  +  Mall  +  Hotels   -­‐  26  -­‐  
  • 27.      InterconAnental  Cartagena   Hotel  +  Mall   -­‐  27  -­‐  
  • 28. Hilton  Lima   -­‐  28  -­‐  
  • 29. InterconAnental  Nordelta   Hotel  +  Residences   -­‐  29  -­‐  
  • 30. Marrioi  Cartagena   Hotel  +  Residences   -­‐  30  -­‐  
  • 31. But  …    VolaAlity  ?    Defaults  of  some  European  countries  ?    Recession  ?    What’s  next  ?   -­‐  31  -­‐  
  • 32. People walk along the shore after an earthquake in Pelluhue, about 200 miles, southwest of Santiago, Sunday, Feb.28, 2010. (AP Photo/Roberto Candia -­‐  32  -­‐  
  • 33. A man holds up a Chilean flag in a flooded area after an earthquake in Pelluhue, about 200 miles,southwest of Santiago, Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (AP Photo/Roberto Candia -­‐  33  -­‐  
  • 34. Foto AFP -­‐  34  -­‐  
  • 35. Foto AFP -­‐  35  -­‐  
  • 36. A woman touches the names of 9/11 victims around the North Pool. Getty -­‐  36  -­‐  
  • 37. For  sure    The  future  is  waiLng  for  us    The  opportuniLes  are  here,  in  front  of  us    Our  compromise  is  to  take  those  opportuniLes  and  do  our  job    South  America  is  full  of  opportuniLes    The  hotel  and  tourism  business  is  just  becoming  to  be  a   mayor  industry  in  the  region    My  suggesLon,  don’t  loose  the  opportunity    The  future  looks  amazing   -­‐  37  -­‐  
  • 38. South  American  Hotel  &  Tourism  Business  Overview   What  Next’s  in  South  America   Thank  you  !     Arturo  Garcia  Rosa  For  this  presentaLon  were  used   •  Senior  Partner  -­‐  HVS  Global  Hospitality  Services  informaLon  of  the  “HVS  South  American  Hotel  Market   •  President  -­‐  SAHIC  -­‐  South  American  Hotel  &  Tourism  Overview”  prepared  by:   Investment  Conference  •  Graciana  Garcia  Iribarne  •  SanLago  Berraondo  •  Fernanda  L’hopital                                                agrosa@hvs.com    •  Rosa  Sasaki  •  Mariela  Cababie  •  Ramiro  Alem   September  21,  -­‐  38  -­‐   2011