HotelNewsNow · 19 Mar
The fall of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, the largest U.S. banking collapse since the Great Recession, will ultimately lead to a shift in f
HotelNewsNow · 3 Mar
A majority of Lodging Industry Investment Council members said they expect full-year lodging real estate transactions in 2023 to exceed the volume in
HotelNewsNow · 23 Feb
The rapid pace of interest rate increases and uncertainty over an economic slowdown have U.S. hotel owners and investors wondering what that means fo
At this year’s Americas Lodging Investment Summit, the opening question in almost every conversation I participated in was “what are you seeing?”
HotelNewsNow · 16 Jan
Challenges and opportunities abound in 2023 for publicly traded hotel companies, and Wall Street analysts who cover those companies say the good and
HotelNewsNow · 11 Jan
While some factors are easing the constraints on hotel construction, new hotel projects are facing challenges earlier in the development process.
HotelNewsNow · 30 Dec
U.S. Gross Domestic Product and hotel demand are strongly correlated. Based on data from 1990 through 2019, changes in demand for hotel rooms year ov
HotelNewsNow · 8 Dec
As the Federal Reserve is expected to hike interest rates again next week in its attempt to curb high inflation, billionaire real estate investor Bar
HotelNewsNow · 15 Nov
Accor CEO and Chairman Sébastien Bazin admits that finding capital on Wall Street today is the hardest it has been for a decade.
HotelNewsNow · 25 Oct
As the availability of new-construction financing continues to tighten, an increasing number of hotel owners and developers are turning to commercial
HotelNewsNow · 17 Oct
The number of people who identify as transgender grows every year, so employers should be aware of the laws and best practices regarding the transgen
HotelNewsNow · 14 Oct
Through the normal course of operations, there are myriad legal issues hoteliers must navigate to protect themselves.
HotelNewsNow · 6 Oct
After years of being completely dormant, the federal EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is back with new funding that opens up a new path to relatively
HotelNewsNow · 5 Oct
Accor has announced that it has entered into exclusive negotiations with the Valesco Group to sell its Paris headquarters, the Sequana Tower, for 465
HotelNewsNow · 3 Oct
The recovery of the U.S. hotel industry from the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed to the point that many hoteliers budgeting for 2023 can see some re
HotelNewsNow · 31 Aug
Energy cost increases are causing pain in the United Kingdom hotel industry, and with domestic residents who face less discretionary income because o
HotelNewsNow · 4 Aug
The Bank of England has increased interest rates for the sixth time in a row, this time to 1.75%.
HotelNewsNow · 20 May
The price of gas continues to rise in the U.S., but hoteliers aren't nervous that surging fuel prices or inflation might dampen summer travel demand.
HotelNewsNow · 10 May
The flow of hotel industry transactions in Europe has not increased since the start of the pandemic, and that has left hoteliers and investors grappl
After spending a few days with 1,800 or so hotel industry participants at the Americas Lodging Investment Summit at and around the J.W. Marriott L.A.
HotelNewsNow · 17 Jan
The Biden administration's broad workplace vaccine mandate was put on hold by the U.S. Supreme Court, and legal experts say signs point to the mandat
HotelNewsNow · 10 Nov
The hotel industry transactions environment came back with a vengeance during the third quarter after an extended gridlock induced by the COVID-19 pa
HotelNewsNow · 19 Oct
NEW YORK — The total amount of U.S. lodging industry capital-expenditure spending is forecast to increase by approximately 70% in 2022 from the recor
HotelNewsNow · 13 Oct
When the Hotel Asset Managers Association last met in the spring, the COVID-19 pandemic had just passed the one-year mark in the U.S., and members we
HotelNewsNow · 27 Sep
During the pandemic, hardly any foreign direct investment has entered the Middle East, and the usual truism remains: When foreign private equity does
HotelNewsNow · 17 Sep
Like many industries, hotels are at the mercy of the delays in the global supply chain.
HotelNewsNow · 16 Aug
Amid surging demand for hotels through the summer travel season, executives at the largest U.S.-based hotel ownership companies have been watchful fo