A surge in the number of hotels and other guest accommodation properties being listed on the market has sparked an economic boom for hotels and the industry in Brisbane, with prices doubling in the last five years, the first time they have doubled in such a short period of time.

The boom has seen prices increase by more than $1 billion in just five years.

“We’re seeing a lot of hotel rooms being snapped up and they’re priced way more than they were 10 years ago,” says Chris Jones, director of marketing and sales for The Waterfront.

Sales and rentals in Queensland’s capital city have jumped by almost 60 per cent since 2010, the state government’s data shows. “

It’s been a real boom and we’ve got a lot to thank for that.”

Sales and rentals in Queensland’s capital city have jumped by almost 60 per cent since 2010, the state government’s data shows.

“The surge in interest in properties, particularly hotel rooms, is a sign of the boom,” Mr Jones says.

But they’re also looking to buy them. “

People are looking to rent out rooms, which is great.

“You can get an average price for a room in Brisbane at $8,000 to $10,000 a night. “

“And it’s the perfect opportunity to buy a house, especially if you’ve got an investment property. “

“Most people who own a property in Brisbane are in the market for a home, so it’s nice to have something to sell.” “

A property sale boom and the arrival of tourists The surge in demand for hotels is part of a long-term trend, with demand for accommodation properties outpacing supply, according to a report released by the Brisbane-based Institute of Hotels and Tourism. “

Most people who own a property in Brisbane are in the market for a home, so it’s nice to have something to sell.”

A property sale boom and the arrival of tourists The surge in demand for hotels is part of a long-term trend, with demand for accommodation properties outpacing supply, according to a report released by the Brisbane-based Institute of Hotels and Tourism.

“There’s been this incredible boom in interest and we’re seeing it accelerate as the demand continues to rise,” Mr Rogers says.

While the number and value of hotels has continued to rise, demand for guest accommodation, which includes hotel rooms and suites, has fallen.

Mr Jones is hopeful that the boom in the industry will be sustainable.

“In the next few years we’ll see a huge boom in guest accommodation and hotel rooms,” he says.

He predicts demand will continue to outstrip supply, with the hotel industry already struggling to attract enough rooms to keep up with demand.

“Hotels are already struggling with capacity, so we’re hoping the demand will increase,” he said.

Hotels are currently struggling to fill the vacancies for guest rooms because demand for rooms is increasing. “

Until we see that, I would not be worried.”

Hotels are currently struggling to fill the vacancies for guest rooms because demand for rooms is increasing.

Mr Rogers predicts demand for hotel rooms will grow again in the future.

“Our hotel rooms are already going for up to $5,000,” he predicts.

A surge of new hotel rooms is one of the factors that is pushing up the cost of hotel accommodation, according a report by the Queensland Government’s Bureau of Statistics. “

Then, you’ll see hotels getting more and more affordable, and they will be getting more affordable with the availability of amenities.”

A surge of new hotel rooms is one of the factors that is pushing up the cost of hotel accommodation, according a report by the Queensland Government’s Bureau of Statistics.

In the five years to July this year, there was a 15 per cent increase in the average price of a hotel room in Queensland, compared with the previous year, according the bureau’s figures.

The increase in prices is partly due to the growth of the industry, with more hotels being built and occupancy levels continuing to increase, with hotels having more room for guests.

“At the moment, hotel rooms have become a little more affordable and there’s been an increase in demand,” Mr Moore says.

This year, hotels have also been building more guest rooms, with about half of the state’s hotels now offering at least one guest room, according an analysis by the ABS.

A report from the Queensland Tourism Commission suggests there are now about 100,000 hotel rooms on the property market in Queensland.

The state’s hotel industry is not alone.

The Queensland Tourism Council says a growing number of other industries are competing for guest occupancy.

“For example, there is a very large demand for hospitality, particularly in regional areas, particularly around the Brisbane CBD and in other regional areas,” Ms O’Connor says. Ms O