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Apple Hospitality REIT Favors Steady Approach to Growth

Apple Hospitality REIT Favors Steady Approach to Growth

In February, Apple Hospitality REIT released its 2015 earnings report. To be brief, last year was a very good year for the company. Comparable revenue per available room (RevPAR) grew 6.5 percent, adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization ...

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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 ...

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The Rising Cost of Money

The Rising Cost of Money

Troubling events in the global economy—stock market volatility, weak growth in China, and plunging oil prices, among others—coupled with a moderate slowdown in industry growth, have hoteliers more cautious regarding new business opportunities. However, hiccups in the global economy do ...

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National Occupancy Reaching All-Time High

National Occupancy Reaching All-Time High

ATLANTA—The U.S. lodging industry is forecast to achieve another all-time record occupancy level in 2016, but an increasing number of local markets are starting to show the effects of growing competition. According to the March to May 2016 edition of ...

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New Group Business Continues Positive Trend into 2016

New Group Business Continues Positive Trend into 2016

NEW YORK—Heading deeper into 2016, properties in major North American markets are continuing to experience strong increases in bookings, with 20 of the top 25 (80 percent) markets showing committed occupancy growth compared to last month. However, new business reservation ...

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