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How London’s Hotels Are Staying Ahead of the Curve
November 21, 2018
As one of the world’s most visited cities, London doesn’t just need a plentiful supply of hotel rooms. It also needs them to meet the needs and...
How Wellness Became Big Business in America
October 26, 2018
During a ‘60 Minutes’ segment on health in 1979, anchor Dan Rather said, “‘Wellness’: there’s a word you don’t hear...
High-Speed Rail Propels Hong Kong Hotels
October 23, 2018
New bullet trains zipping between Hong Kong and mainland China are set to make travel for tourists faster, cheaper and easier than ever – although...
Why More Consolidation Is on the Cards for Hotels
October 8, 2018
From mega-mergers to niche acquisitions, consolidation is recalibrating the balance of power in the hotel industry as established operators get bigger and...
Lowe, AECOM Capital and Atlas Hotels Sell Four Development Parcels to Joint Venture Owned by Holland Partner Group and North America Sekisui House
October 3, 2018
SAN DIEGO--Joint venture partners Lowe, AECOM Capital and Atlas Hotels have completed the sale of four residential development parcels in San Diego’s...
How African Luxury Tourism Is Heading off the Beaten Track
September 18, 2018
For growing numbers of today’s high-end travelers, holidays are less about sipping cocktails on sandy beaches and more about opting for new experiences...
How Serviced Apartments Are Tuning Into Modern Traveler Needs
September 6, 2018
As the line between work and leisure trips continues to blur, serviced apartment operators are both fuelling and catering for this growing...
How America’s Motels Became Hipster Havens
August 30, 2018
In the heart of Palm Springs, a once nondescript Howard Johnson motel with an on-site Denny’s restaurant is now the Ace Hotel & Swim Club, replete...
How Technology Is Driving Transparency in Real Estate
August 17, 2018
From buildings filled with sensors tracking employees, to software that monitors reams of leasing documents, new technologies are rapidly being incorporated...
How Hotels Are Upping Their Game on Food and Drink
July 23, 2018
By Emily Perryman
From partnering with world-renowned chefs to letting guests order room service via Amazon Alexa, hotels are increasingly offering...
Transformational Real Estate Development Across New York Has a Major Influence on Lodging
June 28, 2018
Optimistic outlook for further growth in 2018 and 2019
NEW YORK, June 28, 2018 – New York is a hot spot of major transformational real estate...
U.S. Hotel Deal Pace Going Strong
June 6, 2018
South Florida single-asset hotel trades to reach $2 billion by year-end, matching 2015 peak
NEW YORK, June 5, 2018 – In the first trimester of 2018,...
Why Investors Are Taking Note of Japan’s Tourism Boom
May 25, 2018
With tourism in Japan booming and the 2020 Olympic Games on the horizon, investors have been taking a closer look at the country’s hotels.
How Hotel Brands Are Cracking the Home Rental Market
May 24, 2018
By Natalie Holmes
With homesharing apps now a firm fixture on the smartphones of many travelers, big name hotel brands are increasingly looking to build...
Style in Small Spaces: Japan’s Next Generation of Capsule Hotels
May 7, 2018
By Serene Lim
Capsule hotels in Japan were once the domain of salarymen looking for a cheap, fuss-free spot to crash after a late night.
But a new crop of...
Talent and Technology Go Hand-in-Hand in Contact Centers
April 16, 2018
Technology is transforming the way organizations interact with customers—but even the most promising digital tools still work best when paired with...
How Asia’s Old Buildings Are Changing With the Times: Hotel Operators Have Taken Note
April 9, 2018
It’s Friday evening in Bangkok and a crowd has gathered at Warehouse 30, the latest project by celebrated architect Duangrit Bunnag.
In the sprawling...
Why France’s Hotel Sector is on the Road to Recovery
April 5, 2018
by Emily Perryman
As tourists return once more to soak up the sights and tastes of France, its hotel sector is rebounding rapidly from its 2016 low point....
Casablanca’s Hospitality Market Is Largely Dependent on Business Travellers, and Has Relatively Limited Hotels in the Luxury Segment, Says JLL
March 21, 2018
Occupancy rates recovered in 2017 from 62% in 2016 to 66% in 2017, owing to the performance of the 4-start hotel segment catering to conferences and...
Bringing Experiential Travel to the Americas
March 1, 2018
By Maggie Nichols
From sharing a yurt with a nomadic family to sleeping among the monkeys in jungle treehouses, today’s travelers are increasingly on...