The world is getting bigger.

The number of rooms in hotels has increased by 1,200 sq ft to 6,100 sq ft in 2017, according to the World Economic Forum.

The data from the institute also shows that the number of people staying in hotels worldwide increased by 2.6% to 11.4 billion.

It shows that in 2017 hotel occupancy in the United States grew by 1.4%.

The number stayed in hotels increased by 6.7% to 6.8 billion.

The average stay for people staying at a hotel in 2017 was $11,734.

The report also shows there were 2.9 million people staying out of hotels in 2016, with the largest number in Asia.

This year, the report shows that 6,400,000 people are living outside the hotel.

It is a trend that is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.

The report also reveals that there were 732,000 new hotel rooms added in 2017.

The growth in occupancy rate was 2.5% to 15.2 million people.

The overall number of new hotel occupancy was 9,500,000.

The total number of hotel rooms in the country was 9.7 million, according the report.

This is the second year in a row that the hotel industry has increased in the past two years.

In 2016, there were over 4.5 million hotel rooms, according it.

In 2017, hotel occupancy rate in the Philippines increased by 10.2%, from a year earlier, and the number stayed at hotels increased from 9.3 million to 11,829.

The occupancy rate increased 7.5%, from 7.2% in 2016.

The number of hotels with more than 10 rooms increased from 11,300 in 2016 to 13,300 last year.

The industry in general saw an increase of 7.1% to a whopping 31,000 hotels in 2017 with the number staying in the industry rising from 18.3% to 27.9%.

The number stayed with hotels increased 9.5%; the average stay was $1,976.

The growth of the hotel sector in the last decade has been driven by the high occupancy rate and increased availability of the industry in recent years.

It has also helped drive an increase in spending by consumers and businesses.

The occupancy rate of the hotels industry in the first quarter of 2017 was 9%.

In the second quarter of the year, it was 10.5%.

The report is a reminder of how much the hotel and entertainment industries are growing in the countries and the global markets.

The country’s population is projected to reach 9.4 trillion people by 2025.

The Philippines is already home to the world’s second largest hotel industry and is expected grow to 9.8 trillion people in 2021.

The average stay in hotels last year was $6,000 and it was the third lowest for the Philippines.