Topic: Select-service hotels
Limited-service hotels don’t seem to be falling out of investors’ favor anytime soon, according to recent research.
Margaritaville plans to develop its new Compass brand in places where a larger resort wouldn't fit—in city centers, college towns and smaller resort locations.
At the Hunter Hotel Conference, panelists on the State of the Industry panel discussed myriad topics, from the value of brands, to the transactions market.
By focusing on the select-service sector, The Gettys Group's Gettys One division is aiming to guide the future of hospitality design.
In 2020, Latvia is slated to get its first Radisson Red with 220 guestrooms.
IHG is bringing its wellness-focused Even Hotel brand to New Zealand.
Changes to the hotel industry over the past two decades have affected the bottom line, which has become more difficult to attain and has diminished over time.
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.
Hotel franchise construction remained strong across the country in 2016 and developers expect demand and growth to remain healthy into 2017.