The first nine months of 2016 saw about $1.7 billion of hotel transactions take place in Australia.
The buyer, Bin Otaiba Investment Group of the UAE, predominantly owns hotels in the Middle East.
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In a further sign of Cambodia's appeal for hotel development, Hyatt has announced plans to open a hotel in Phnom Penh.
Football is a religion to many in the U.S., and hotels around the country are jumping on the bandwagon with special events tied to NFL and college games.
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Following the merger of Benchmark Hospitality International and Gemstone Hotels & Resorts, the collective company has launched an expanded organization and…
With Tokyo and Osaka both facing increased demand and limited supply, Chinese investors are seeking new opportunities.
With the terms of the Brexit on the table and a fluctuating economy, the UK's hotel industry is poised for change. Here's what you need to know.
Hilton currently manages 18 hotels in Egypt, and is considered the largest hotel management company in the country.
The region’s total hotel pipeline has 951 hotels with 152,085 rooms—up 7 percent by hotels and 6 percent by rooms year-over-year.
The historic hotel underwent a $10-million transformation utilizing historic tax credits for the preservation of the building’s façade and interior structures.