Home / Finance + Development / Finance / Market Reports (page 7)

Category Archives: Market Reports

Feed Subscription

Flexible Models Ease Leisure Companies’ Cuban Market Entry

Flexible Models Ease Leisure Companies’ Cuban Market Entry

NEW YORK—Flexible and less capital-intensive business models should facilitate U.S. leisure companies’, including cruise operators, hotels, and online travel agencies (OTAs), Cuban market entry following renewed U.S./Cuba diplomatic relations, according to Fitch Ratings. Several companies are laying the groundwork for ...

Read More »

Global Uncertainty Causes Lag in Business Travel

Global Uncertainty Causes Lag in Business Travel

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—U.S. business travel will continue to grow only moderately in 2016 as global uncertainty looms. This is one of the key findings from the GBTA BTI Outlook—United States 2016 Q1, a report by the GBTA Foundation, the education and ...

Read More »

Fragmented Performance Dampens Spring Hotel Outlook

Fragmented Performance Dampens Spring Hotel Outlook

NEW YORK—While new bookings are up at the start of the spring season, with 17 of the top 25 North American markets showing committed occupancy growth compared to last month, the pace of those bookings is relatively flat. New commitments ...

Read More »

Robust 2015 Hotel Performance Masks Softening

Robust 2015 Hotel Performance Masks Softening

The U.S. lodging sector set a record for revenue per available room (RevPAR) of $78.671 in 2015 as a result of all-time highs in occupancy (65.6 percent) and average daily rate (ADR of $120.01). The 2015 RevPAR represents 6.3 percent ...

Read More »

Non-Branded Hotels Outperforming the Competition

Non-Branded Hotels Outperforming the Competition

If you had to write a state of the union speech for independent hotels, you would likely follow every U.S. president’s lead and comment that “the state of the union is strong.” Indeed, in 2015 hotels not affiliated with a ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top