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The Global Hotel Construction Pipeline’s Top Markets

PORTSMOUTH, NH—Lodging Econometrics (LE) has released its global construction pipeline trend report, which compiles the construction pipeline for every country and market in the world, where currently the regions by project count are: The Americas with 6,268 projects/800,298 rooms, Asia ...

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Global Construction Pipeline Up 7 percent YOY

PORTSMOUTH, NH—The Lodging Econometrics (LE) global construction pipeline trend report, which compiles the construction pipeline for every country and market in the world, states that the total pipeline stands at 12,714 projects/2,139,002 rooms, up 7 percent by projects year-over-year (YOY). ...

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Companies With the Largest U.S. Franchise Pipelines

According to the recent United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics (LE), the franchise companies with the largest construction pipelines are; Marriott with 1,298 projects/166,419 rooms, Hilton with 1,270 projects/144,191 rooms and IHG with 817 projects/83,728 rooms. These ...

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Marriott Has Largest U.S. Hotel Pipeline

Lodging Econometrics has determined that Marriott International, due in part to the acquisition of the Starwood brands, currently has the largest construction pipeline of any franchise company with 1,298 projects/166,419 rooms. Their brands with the strongest total pipeline are: Fairfield ...

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Lodging Econometrics Spotlights Top Construction Markets

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines by project count are: New York with 185 Projects/29,447 Rooms; Houston with 158 Projects/17,475 Rooms; Dallas with 141 Projects/17,869 Rooms; Nashville with 124 Projects/15,614 ...

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“Old” Is In for Retro Hotels

Today’s consumers are looking for a dose of nostalgia in their hotel experiences, according to Forbes columnist Ann Abel. Read about this growing trend and how six hotels are hitting the mark with their diverse retro-chic styles here.

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