Chamberlin | December 6, 2017
A hotel's rooftop used to be just that – a rooftop, and in terms of revenue, wasted space. Not any longer. Hotels are getting more creative and transforming outdoor areas into immersive experiences that not only offer additional amenities for guests, but also generate serious income. What's more, outside spaces are becoming just as important to attracting guests as their interior counterparts. There are lots of ways to create an effective outdoor space that will be both popular and profitable. Here are some of our favorite options that guests love. Maximize Your View Getting fresh air at city hotels used to be challenging but not ...
August 7, 2015
Originally published on JLL's Atlanta Blog Atlanta's development boom has been particularly fruitful for the hospitality industry. According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, hotels are set to post their highest occupancy levels since 1996 this year, topping 2014's already impressive performance. Occupancy at metro Atlanta hotels is expected to reach 67.2 percent, above the national forecast of 65 percent. According to a recent JLL earnings report, hotel investment momentum continues to grow. Individual hotels are drawing in this high number of Atlanta visitors – due to booming Georgia tourism and entertainment industries – with un...
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