The best hotel jobs in Singapore may not be available online, but the city’s hotel industry is thriving.
Hotel vacancies have been soaring in recent years, with hotels seeing an average increase of 17 per cent over the last three years.
According to the latest data from the Singapore Tourism Bureau (STB), the city saw a 20 per cent increase in hotel vacancies in the year to March.
The rise in vacancies comes as hotel operators have been investing in new facilities and technology to make them more attractive to the public.
This year, hotels across the country are taking advantage of the recent increase in vacancies, offering the city a better choice in what to rent.
A quick glance at the hotel vacancies on the STB website reveals that a lot of them are in Singapore.
According the STBs data, the number of hotels in Singapore has risen by a staggering 5,742 in the last five years.
While the increase in hotels is certainly not huge, it’s still a very impressive increase in numbers, especially considering that the number was only around a fifth of the number in the early 2000s.
The STB says it expects hotels to remain popular in the future.
Hotels in Singapore have a wide range of amenities, from lounges and spa treatments to private suites and the most popular types of rooms.
Many hotels offer a free WiFi network and have access to public transport.
However, it doesn’t end there.
The hotel industry has been steadily growing in recent decades, with a population that grew from 1.4 million in 2006 to 1.7 million in 2013.
The number of hotel rooms has increased by 2.3 per cent each year, with the number now reaching 3.5 million.
According a recent survey by the STI, nearly two-thirds of hotel guests are aged 18 to 34.
However the survey revealed that the hotel industry as a whole has seen a slight decrease in occupancy in recent times, which could be due to a number of factors, including a decrease in international visitors and the introduction of the so-called “Hotel Tax” in Singapore, which has been implemented by some hotels.
The survey also showed that only 27 per cent of hotel managers are men, with almost half of them aged under 40.
The decline in hotel occupancy and the increased number of vacancies are a result of many factors.
The STBs research also showed a rise in the number and quality of accommodation available.
For example, in 2017, there were 7,944 luxury suites available, compared to 3,957 luxury suites in 2016.
However, the STIs data also showed the number had fallen to 1,821 luxury suites by 2019.
According to a spokesperson for the STs, there is a significant increase in international guests and the number who are international is projected to increase by 10 per cent by 2020.
While the ST’s survey showed that hotel vacancies had increased by 5 per cent in the first half of 2018, the same year the government introduced the “Hotels Tax” which resulted in hotel operators facing stiff fines of up to $2,000 for non-payment.
While hotels may have seen an increase in occupancy, the overall number of rooms in Singapore is still not as high as the peak of the peak hotel occupancy in 2009, when there were more than 5.2 million rooms available in the city.
Despite the growing hotel industry, the average occupancy rate of hotels remains below 50 per cent, which is still an impressive achievement.