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While occupancy for U.S. hotels still is close to historical highs, the metric is expected to remain flat through the end of the year.
While Europe's economy becomes increasingly shaky, its hotel sector is holding steady—for now.
Soft-brand collections continue to grow in terms of both supply and demand. Here's why these brands are poised to become the new industry darlings.
April marked the seventh straight month of year-over-year growth, with its 9.9 percent rise the highest since August 2017.
New York, Orlando, Miami and Atlanta are the top four markets for development on the East Coast. Here’s why.
While Europe experienced year-over-year increases in occupancy, ADR and RevPAR this February, according to data from STR, some cities fared better than others.
In its second day, the Hunter Hotel Investment Conference included discussions about the industry's financial future, employee culture and changes needed.
Revenue per available room is expected to grow this year in the U.S., but it won’t be as strong as in past years.
Limited-service hotels don’t seem to be falling out of investors’ favor anytime soon, according to recent research.
Coupled with steady supply surges and a booming economy, U.S. hotel developers have found that labor and construction costs have continued to grow.