Hotel Operators Adapt and Survive in 2020

Hotel Operators Adapt and Survive in 2020

Faced with the greatest declines in revenue since the 1930s, U.S. hotel operators in 2020 have demonstrated their historical ability to adapt to difficult market environments and squeeze the greatest efficiencies from their operations.
The Owner's Obligation - Cash

The Owner's Obligation - Cash

Based on the annual occupancy levels forecast for each chain scale in 2020, it is expected that luxury and upper-upscale hotels will struggle to generate cash from operations for the year.
Recovery Patterns from Historical Recessions: How Will Current Recovery Compare?

Recovery Patterns from Historical Recessions: How Will Current Recovery Compare?

CBRE’s current U.S. lodging forecasts call for substantial percentage gains in RevPAR the next few years.
COVID-19’s Potential Lasting Impact on Fixed vs Variable Hotel Expense Ratios

COVID-19’s Potential Lasting Impact on Fixed vs Variable Hotel Expense Ratios

Lateral thinking will become the “new norm” for hoteliers as they reinvent common industry best practices.
U.S. Hotel Viewpoint | Hotel Industry Update - A Slower Recovery Ahead

U.S. Hotel Viewpoint | Hotel Industry Update - A Slower Recovery Ahead

An uptick in COVID-19 cases threatens to derail a streak of nearly three months of positive hotel occupancy gains, but CBRE EA still expects a strong hotel revenue recovery in 2021 and 2022.
Investment Performance and COVID-19: New Methods for Value Estimation

Investment Performance and COVID-19: New Methods for Value Estimation

As a result of an unprecedented disturbance in the lodging market, CBRE expects that values for typical transacted hotels will experience a sharp drop in the second and third quarters of 2020.