U.S. Hotels Changes in RevPAR and Profits During Historical Recessions

U.S. Hotels Changes in RevPAR and Profits During Historical Recessions

On average, over the 11 recessions, RevPAR declined by 0.9 percent, which resulted in a 2.3 percent decline in total operating revenue.
U.S. Hotel Viewpoint | An Updated 2020 Outlook

U.S. Hotel Viewpoint | An Updated 2020 Outlook

Economic conditions are deteriorating quickly with the Covid-19 outbreak causing a sharp drop in economic activity.
Resort Fees – A Growing Source Of Revenue

Resort Fees – A Growing Source Of Revenue

If implemented properly, resorts fees are a prudent way to recoup expenses during austere times.
Coronavirus and the Fear of Travel: Implications for the Lodging Market

Coronavirus and the Fear of Travel: Implications for the Lodging Market

Of all commercial property types, hospitality is likely the most sensitive to fear and uncertainty.
Health Movement Leads to Growth In Hotel Spas

Health Movement Leads to Growth In Hotel Spas

Hotel spas will be successful through the adoptions of cost-reducing initiatives, cross-training, and customer-centric offerings.
Short-Term Rentals: A Maturing U.S. Market & it's Impact on Traditional Hotels

Short-Term Rentals: A Maturing U.S. Market & it's Impact on Traditional Hotels

There no longer is any question that the sharing economy—and the short-term rental market specifically—is here to stay.