Hotel & Leisure Advisors Top Five Takeaways From NYU Hotel Investment Conference
June 18, 2018 10:40am
by David J. Sangree
The sentiment at the 2018 NYU Hotel Investment Conference was very positive for the industry with expectations of continued growth in the coming years. Among the wealth of relevant information from the conference, we identified several key takeaways that highlight the state of the industry in 2018 and beyond:
Overall, the feel of NYU was positive, with attendees, panelists, and speakers all expecting and planning for continued growth for the industry. However, the industry is rapidly changing with technology and the sophistication of hotel and resorts guests. This means brands, developers, and investors need to continue to innovate and be aware these trends as the industry continues to grow into 2018 and beyond.
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David J. Sangree, MAI, CPA, ISHC, is President of Hotel & Leisure Advisors (H&LA), a national hospitality consulting firm. H&LA specializes in appraisals, feasibility studies, impact analyses, economic impact studies, and litigation support for hotels, resorts, waterparks, casinos, conference and convention centers, golf courses, ski resorts and other leisure real estate. Our experienced consultants travel nationwide analyzing hospitality trends, studying leisure industries, and understanding local communities. We focus on our clients’ competitive markets and provide thorough and thoughtful analysis of hospitality properties. Our consultants have analyzed and prepared studies on more than 2,000 properties in more than 45 states, Canada, and the Caribbean.
Mr. Sangree is a nationally recognized expert on waterpark resorts and performed more than 600 studies of indoor and outdoor waterparks since 1999, and he maintains databases of statistical information concerning performance figures of indoor waterpark resorts, resorts with outdoor waterparks, and stand-alone outdoor waterparks. Mr. Sangree was named one of Aquatics International Magazine’s “Power 25” in 2008 and received the Executive Board Award from the World Waterpark Association in 2016. Both awards profiled Mr. Sangree as one of the first consultants serving the waterpark resort industry and credited him with shaping some of the latest industry trends through his expertise and experience in the waterpark resort market. Mr. Sangree has appeared on Good Morning America and CNBC on special reports concerning resorts and waterparks and has written numerous articles for a wide range of publications. He can be reached via telephone at 216-810-5800 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The author wishes to acknowledge John Burke for his assistance with the article.
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