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Fitch: U.S. RevPAR Growth Forecast Lowers

Fitch: U.S. RevPAR Growth Forecast Lowers

NEW YORK—Fitch Ratings has lowered its 2016 U.S. RevPAR growth forecast to 4-5 percent from 4-6 percent. RevPAR growth will not likely exceed 5 percent for the year due to weaker than expected fourth-quarter and year-to-date transient demand growth. Fitch ...

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The Urban Hotel Market Challenge

The Urban Hotel Market Challenge

The U.S. hotel industry finished 2015 at its highest occupancy ever. Hotel demand continues to outpace supply, and although the industry is experiencing firmer headwinds from the weakening global economy, the hotel industry’s macro fundamentals remain sound. Despite these positive ...

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The Developing Story: Denver

The Developing Story: Denver

Recently topping Forbes’s 2015 list of the Best Places for Businesses and Careers, Denver, Colo., is cementing its place as a major hub of the U.S. economy. The population of the Mile High City—a moniker coined because Denver’s official elevation ...

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Digital and Mobile Channels Remain Driver of Bookings

Digital and Mobile Channels Remain Driver of Bookings

NEW YORK—Hotel industry performance remains strong, with Q4 2015 revenue per available room (RevPAR) increasing 4.0 percent year-over-year, and online and mobile bookings are continuing to drive this growth. According to data from TravelClick’s North American Distribution Review (NADR; Q1 ...

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Luxury Segment Remains Among Healthiest in Industry

Luxury Segment Remains Among Healthiest in Industry

All is well in the U.S. luxury hotel segment. For the first 11 months of 2015, chain affiliated luxury hotels sold over 27 million room nights, resulting in 76.3 percent occupancy. This is the highest year-to-date occupancy ever recorded, pointing ...

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New Initiatives Come Out of Another Taxing Year

New Initiatives Come Out of Another Taxing Year

As we enter 2016, we look back to 2015 as a year filled with a whirlwind of activity related to tangible property capitalization policies in the hospitality industry. Financial executives and tax accountants alike wrestled with unfamiliar terms such as ...

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