Topic: Limited-Service Hotels
Reaching beyond the limited-service segment’s perceived boundaries was the focus of Hotel Management’s recent roundtable, “Unlimiting Limited Service.”
Limited-service hotels don’t seem to be falling out of investors’ favor anytime soon, according to recent research.
The survey will be open until Friday, Jan. 18, and results will be published in the March issue of Hotel Management magazine.
Healthy employment growth and increased consumer spending have been a boon to the industry.
With a reduced management team, it is even more important that certain steps are taken to enhance operations and capture excellent ratings from your guests.
Mitchell Hochberg, the president of Lightstone, is putting his company’s stamp on New York, with a host of developments that reach into multiple real-estate classes.
From rising interest rates to tax reform, Marcus & Millichap breaks down what hotel investors should have on their minds.
With complimentary breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and spacious gyms, limited-service hotels aren't limited at all.
The survey will be open until Monday, Jan. 22, and results will be published in the March issue of HOTEL MANAGEMENT magazine.
JLL’s Q4 2016 U.S. Lodging Investment Outlook forecasts $29 billion in U.S. transaction activity in 2017—a repeat of the market’s 2016 performance.