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Transient Segment Grows as Group Bookings Decline

Transient Segment Grows as Group Bookings Decline

NEW YORK—As hoteliers prepare for the start of 2016, properties in major North American markets are experiencing strong transient (individual business and leisure) bookings, as well as upticks in average daily rates, leading to strong RevPAR (revenue per available room) ...

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Business Travel Forecast Predicts Modest Price Gains in 2016

Business Travel Forecast Predicts Modest Price Gains in 2016

NEW YORK, N.Y.—The American Express Global Business Travel Forecast 2016, predicts ahotel prices will see modest gains in 2016, as a slowly-improving global economy and stronger demand outpace increases in supply. Global hotel performance is also expected to improve moderately ...

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Revenue Premiums Offset Great Costs in Historic Hotels

Revenue Premiums Offset Great Costs in Historic Hotels

When old hotels age gracefully and purposefully, they are able to achieve “grande dame” status. These properties typically compete in the luxury or upper-upscale market segments and frequently outperform the contemporary competition when it comes to occupancy and average daily ...

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The Developing Story: Nashville

The Developing Story: Nashville

Due to its vibrant country music scene, Nashville, Tenn., is known to many as “Music City.” However, this booming metropolis is home to more than just successful singers and songwriters. Health care, banking, insurance, and religious printing and publishing companies ...

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Fitch: Softer Transient Demand Subdues Confidence

Fitch: Softer Transient Demand Subdues Confidence

NEW YORK—The U.S. lodging upcycle remains solidly intact notwithstanding the litany of concerns that have overtaken investor sentiment this year, according to Fitch Ratings. Falling stock prices (since January), selected guidance cuts (late summer), weak August industry RevPAR data, and ...

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