u.s. lodging outlook
U.S. Lodging Outlook Good Through 2020, Economic “Blip” Causes Slowdown In 2021 Before Returning to Positive Growth for 2022
CBRE Group, Inc. | February 25, 2019
Atlanta – February 25, 2019 – A favorable economic outlook will lead to continued growth in U.S. hotel revenues and profits through 2020. However, an economic slowdown in 2021 will cause a short-lived softening of lodging industry fundamentals that year. According to the March 2019 edition of Hotel Horizons®, CBRE Hotels Americas Research is forecasting U.S. hotel rooms revenue per available room (RevPAR) to increase by 2.5 percent in 2019 and an additional 2.0 percent in 2020. However, for 2021, CBRE is projecting a slight decline in RevPAR of 0.6 percent. Fortunately for hoteliers, that immediately is followed by 1.4 p...
Daniel Lesser | January 24, 2019
By Daniel Lesser Economic growth, record low unemployment, relative low inflation, rising government spending, and tax reform have combined to produce one of the longest periods of sustained growth ever in the United States. 2018 was another record-breaking year for the U.S. hotel industry with new all-time high operating metrics including: annual occupancy, average daily rate, revenue per available room, room night demand, and available room nights. Results of the U.S. mid-term election are not likely to produce any immediate government policy changes and the American economy is now more than a decade into a growth cycle which has been...
Daniel Lesser | November 1, 2018
By Daniel Lesser What started as a bursting of the U.S. housing bubble between 2006 and 2007 and mushroomed into a failing subprime mortgage/credit market, ultimately resulted in the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Ten years ago, the Great Recession of 2008/2009 was ushered in by a full-blown international banking crisis sparked by the collapse of blue-chip investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers. Through the end of Q3 2018, Wall Street is enjoying another heyday as profits for commercial banks are at a record high, the stock market is in its longest bull run in history, the U.S. economy is humm...
Robert Mandelbaum | October 22, 2018
by: Robert Mandelbaum In 2017, the actual achieved levels of occupancy, average daily rate (ADR), total revenue and profits for U.S. hotels were less than their respective budgeted amounts. After a five-year period (2011 through 2015) of extremely accurate budget projections, this marks the second consecutive year that owners and operators failed to meet their operating goals. As general managers, controllers, and directors of sales begin the process of preparing their budgets and marketing plans for 2019, we present the results of our most recent look at the budgeting accuracy of U.S. hotel operators. From CBRE Hotel's Americas Researc...
PwC Hospitality Directions U.S. Report Updates Lodging Outlook Suggesting Sustained Momentum Through 2019
PwC Hospitality Directions US | August 28, 2018
Stronger economic indicators in Q2, coupled with accelerating group demand, suggests sustained momentum for the lodging sector through 2019 Second quarter fundamentals remained positive, as consumer confidence continued. Here is a quick summary of its findings: Q2 results yielded strong demand for hotels, outpacing increases in supply, as well as the highest Q2 increase in ADR since 2016. Continued growth in demand led to a midyear year-to-date occupancy of 65.9 percent. Looking ahead to 2019, there is an expectation of continued confidence by hoteliers as increases in room rates continue to become a bigger driver of RevPAR growth. ...
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