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Transaction Activity Remains Flat in 2017

Hotel transaction activity in the U.S. is predicted to stay stagnant in 2017. JLL’s Q4 2016 U.S. Lodging Investment Outlook expected $29 billion in U.S. transaction activity, a repeat of the market’s 2016 performance. The gap between supply and demand ...

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U.S. Interest in Travel to Cuba Is Waning

Last year, when the United States lifted travel restrictions to Cuba, there was a flurry of interest. Now, that interest level has dropped. According to a survey from insurance provider Allainz Global Assistance, only 2 percent of Americans think they ...

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Hotels Still Struggling with Direct Booking

This morning, CBRE Hotels’ Americas Research released its 2017 edition of Trends in the Hotel Industry. The report indicated that even though U.S. hotels became financially smarter last year, hoteliers paid more to travel agents and online travel agencies. To ...

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Lifestyle Hotels Dominate Lodging

Though they have a somewhat nebulous definition, so-called lifestyle hotels are dominating the lodging industry. Every major hotel company has at least one “lifestyle” brand, and many boutique properties are self-branding as lifestyle hotels. While each lifestyle hotel looks and ...

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The Gaining Popularity of Dual-Brand Hotels

As dual-branded hotel properties are becoming more and more commonplace, some are toting them as the future of the lodging industry. Not only do these properties offer improved efficiencies between the front and back of house, as they can share ...

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Airbnb Offers an Olive Branch

Airbnb is taking steps to heal the acrimonious relationships it has with two of its most lucrative markets. In NYC, the company says it will register hosts in a state database and only allow them to rent out one unit ...

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