U.S. Hotel Results - November 2019

The 10 Most Valuable Hotel Brands in the World

Hilton is the world's most valuable hotel brand, according to a new report from Brand Finance, an independent brand valuation consultancy. The company's brand...
Tablet in the guestroom

Survey Shows What Guests Actually Want From Hotels

NEW YORK—According to a new poll conducted by research firm YouGov and commissioned by hotel operations platform ALICE, 81 percent of consumers would like...
Forecast data growth

U.S. Lodging Outlook Good Through 2020, With Economic ‘Blip’ in 2021, Says CBRE

ATLANTA—A favorable economic outlook will lead to continued growth in U.S. hotel revenues and profits through 2020. However, an economic slowdown in 2021 will...
Robin I. Frank

What Hotel Operators Need to Know About Employment Law

Owning and operating a successful hotel requires compliance with a myriad of employment laws, particularly those relating to overtime and minimum wage laws. While...
Mark Woodworth, senior managing director, CBRE Hotels’ America Research, moderated the “Statistically Speaking” session, which featured top industry research and consultation specialists. The co-presenters explored the latest data trends in the hospitality industry and forecasts for the year ahead. (Pictured left to right: Amanda Hite, president and CEO, STR; Mark Woodworth; and Stephen Rushmore, Jr., president and CEO, HVS. (Photo credit: Jessica Alva)

STR and Tourism Economics Downgrade U.S. Hotel Forecast

NEW YORK—The U.S. hotel industry is projected to see overall performance growth of 2 percent for 2019 and 1.9 percent for 2020, according to...
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