Hospitality and Tourism dissertations typically take one of two forms, focusing either upon collecting and analyzing primary data or upon appraising secondary data only.
Either type can be appropriate to your area of study.
This guide gives you some ideas for dissertation titles.
Hospitality and Tourism covers many areas, so there should be plenty to whet your appetite here.
2.2.3 Cosmetic surgery abroad: what are the factors which influence people to travel to overseas destinations to have plastic surgery? 2.2.4 Camping in Cornwall or cheap flight to the Costas?
The impact of the recession upon destination choice amongst UK holiday makers. 2.2.5 The Glastonbury effect: has the increased popularity of music festivals led to a new perception of camping holidays as fashionable?
A quantitative study looking at age, sex, education levels and length of tenure.
2.4.5 ‘Here comes the trolley’: is there any scope for a higher-quality menu for second class rail passengers?
2.3.2 Staff satisfaction, job ‘churn’ and motivation in the hotel industry: are lower paid workers more likely to express dissatisfaction and leave their job? 2.3.3 Which visitor monitoring techniques are most appropriate for assessing the impact of tourism?
A review of literature from the UK, Europe and UAS comparing visitor surveys with other techniques.