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Strong Revenue Performance Driven by ADR Growth

Strong Revenue Performance Driven by ADR Growth

NEW YORK—Hotels in major North American markets experienced strong growth in rate across all travel segments according to data from the January 2015 TravelClick North American Hospitality Review (NAHR). With average daily rate (ADR) growth of 4.5 percent for the ...

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More Properties Able to Cover Their Interest Payments

More Properties Able to Cover Their Interest Payments

Much has been written about how U.S. hotel owners and operators are profiting from the current strong lodging market conditions. Revenues have returned to pre-recession levels and are expected to experience real growth through 2017. On the bottom line, net ...

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The Developing Story: Austin

The Developing Story: Austin

Last year’s construction hotspot remains active in 2015 and provides a blueprint for other up-and-coming hotel markets. There are plenty of reasons developers like Austin. It has strong fundamentals, such as a large diversity of business, a highly educated population, ...

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PKF-HR Forecasts Broad-Based RevPAR Growth

PKF-HR Forecasts Broad-Based RevPAR Growth

ATLANTA, Ga.—All segments of the U.S. lodging industry will enjoy strong performance for the foreseeable future according to the recently released December 2014 edition of PKF Hospitality Research’s (PKF-HR) Hotel Horizons. Rising levels of employment, combined with increased geographic expansion ...

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Group Reservation Pace Helps Bolster 2014 Hotel Performance

Group Reservation Pace Helps Bolster 2014 Hotel Performance

NEW YORK—Hotels in major North American markets showcased their resiliency as they experienced positive growth in both rate and occupancy across most travel segments despite the global Ebola health risk, according to data from the November 2014 TravelClick North American ...

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