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How Hotels Are Meeting the Demand for Quality Meeting Space
May 9, 2019
Whether they’re hosting a conference for 300 out-of-town guests or an away-day for a 30-strong team from a local company, hotel meeting and event spaces...
Why Lifestyle Hotels Are Not Just for Millennials
May 6, 2019
Lifestyle hotels may tick all the boxes for millennial travellers but they’re not the only generation drawn to their mix of contemporary design, nods to...
Revisiting the Public Ownership of Convention Hotels
May 2, 2019
By Gregg Rockett and Jeff Sachs
Part Two: In support of public authorities that choose to own convention hotels – from professionals in the...
How Many Tourists Is Too Many?
April 10, 2019
The hospitality industry, benefiting from surging tourism worldwide, is scrambling to keep up with demand while remaining aware of the potential pitfalls from...
How France’s Hotels Are Rethinking Style and Space
March 26, 2019
Design has long been important to the hotel industry as a way to attract new guests and turn them into repeat visitors.
In recent years, however, new brands...
Hospitality M&A Focus to Shift to Smaller, Niche Platforms in 2019
March 25, 2019
After a bumper 2018, more hotel mergers and acquisitions are expected this year. But don’t expect a further slew of mega transactions. The focus instead...
How France’s Mountain Hotel Industry Is Exploring New Routes
February 26, 2019
Many of the hotels nestled among the French Alps are at a turning point. Previously the preserve of local families, the hotel industry across the region is...
Why Coworking Is Coming to Hotels
February 21, 2019
It’s not just offices that are adapting to new, flexible ways of working and an increasingly mobile workforce.
Growing numbers of hotels are also looking...
How Hotels Are Upgrading Their Sustainability Efforts
February 15, 2019
Running a more environmentally friendly hotel is becoming part of day-to-day operations for major American hospitality chains, which are exploring new ways to...
Big Hotel Brands Set Their Sights on Portugal’s Cities
February 14, 2019
By Natasha Stokes
With Lisbon and Porto fast building a global reputation as top city break destinations, international hotel groups are flocking to these...
JLL Projects 2019 Global Hotel Investment Volume Will Total $67 Billion
February 6, 2019
After outperforming industry expectations in 2018, Americas transaction volume expected to reach $36.5 billion
CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2019 – Cautious yet...
Spain’s Hotels Power up for an Eco-Friendly Future
February 4, 2019
Across Spain, hotels are prominently flagging their green credentials as they increasingly take steps to reduce their environmental footprint and appeal to a...
Australian Luxury Hotels Up Their Game for Chinese Tourists
January 18, 2019
With the Chinese now accounting for Australia’s largest group of tourists, hotels are going the extra yard to make their visitors feel welcome.
U.S. Hotels: Who’s Buying?
December 13, 2018
As of YTD 2018, hotel transaction volume in the United States reached $29.7 billion, more than a 25 percent year-over-year increase, with private equity groups...
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...