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Slowing Revenue Growth Offset by High Occupancy and ADR

Slowing Revenue Growth Offset by High Occupancy and ADR

In 2016, the strong growth levels enjoyed by the U.S. lodging industry for the past few years experienced a significant slowdown. Moderate rate growth and flat occupancies were the norm for most hotels. Similarly, total revenues and overall profitability showed ...

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Six Things To Consider When Choosing a Franchise

Six Things To Consider When Choosing a Franchise

Choosing a franchise is no simple task. Hotel owners must consider everything from their targeted market segment to the status of the hospitality company with which they will be entering a long-term agreement. LODGING spoke with Michael Tall, president and ...

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Navigating Markets in Flux

Navigating Markets in Flux

While there are plenty of industry folks forecasting the imminent end of the current lodging cycle, the street-corner nature of this business means that the particular dynamics driving this cycle feel very different from one area to the next. In ...

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Investors Show Concern for Chicago Hotel Market

Despite record occupancy in 2015 and new growth, Chicago’s downtown hotel market is sending mixed signals to investors. Concerns about oversupply, an expected slowdown in convention bookings, and the recent volatility in the financial markets have made investors more cautious. ...

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Chinese Debt Poses Risk to Global Markets

There’s a rising concern that China’s pools of potential bad debt will drag down global economies for some time to come. While there has been plenty of toxic debt that companies and individuals have kicked around since the financial crisis ...

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100,000 New Rooms Coming to U.S. Hotel Market

The lodging industry is booming! There are at least 865 hotels, with more than 103,230 rooms, scheduled to open in the United States in 2016, according to STR. With record breaking demand and revenue, building activity has increased dramatically—there are ...

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