The Belgian hotel market's recovery from the negative consequences of the Paris and Brussels terrorist attacks is well underway. The market is offered respite by a wave of consolidation after the number of existing establishments had decreased in several successive years. International investors and operators are now evaluating their presence and are expanding in key locations. This is underscored by an ever-increasing pipeline of premises with more than 100 rooms. In addition the average number of rooms per establishment is on the increase.