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Why Investors Should Consider Market Rotation

Why Investors Should Consider Market Rotation

Operating conditions in the top hotel markets in the United States have soared, with occupancies, room rates, and revenue per available room (RevPAR) all reaching new heights. According to data from STR Global, New York City hotel occupancies measure more ...

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PKF: Spas Continue to Boost Hotel Profit Growth

PKF: Spas Continue to Boost Hotel Profit Growth

BOSTON—Hotel spa departments continue to contribute to the revenue and profit growth of U.S. hotels. According to the 2015 edition of Trends in the Hotel Spa Industry, hotel spa department revenues increased by 5.1 percent in 2014, while spa department ...

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PKF: Historic Hotels Continue Strong Performance

PKF: Historic Hotels Continue Strong Performance

Washington, D.C.—The outlook for the U.S. lodging industry, particularly historic hotels, continues to be extremely strong, according to PKF Hospitality Research. For the second consecutive year, PKF Hospitality Research, a CBRE Company (PKF-HR) presented a Historic Hotels of America–PKF-HR five-year ...

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Increasing Occupancy Rates Boost Labor Costs

Increasing Occupancy Rates Boost Labor Costs

One of the most significant findings of the 2015 edition of Trends in the Hotel Industry was the 4.9 percent rise in operating expenses (ExPAR) for U.S. hotels during 2014. This is the greatest annual increase in ExPAR since 2007, ...

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The Developing Story: Minneapolis

The Developing Story: Minneapolis

Located on the west-most edge of the Rust Belt, Minneapolis, Minn., is in the midst of an economic and population boom. In the last year, the city’s population grew by 1 percent, adding 33,000 people to the community, according to ...

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TravelClick: Advance Booking Pace Ramps Up

TravelClick: Advance Booking Pace Ramps Up

NEW YORK—As the fall season comes into full swing, hotels in major North American markets are experiencing an improved advance booking pace, as well as healthy increases in both transient (individual reservations that are made by business and leisure travelers) ...

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