Recovery of Business Travel  Part 2: The Case Against a Complete Recovery of Business Travel

Recovery of Business Travel Part 2: The Case Against a Complete Recovery of Business Travel

The cases for, and, against a complete recovery are conceptual and not data driven because abstractions from historical data following previous shocks to travel demand are inappropriate since behaviors were unaffected then by significant technological advancements in telecommunications that altered business travel options.
The New Normal for the Way Ahead

The New Normal for the Way Ahead

As the 2022 budget season progresses, CBRE’s Hotels Advisory professionals surveyed 130 industry leaders around the U.S. regarding concerns facing the hotel industry.
Shifts in Marketing Department Expenditures Reveals Changes In Tactics During Recession

Shifts in Marketing Department Expenditures Reveals Changes In Tactics During Recession

A review of the changes in marketing department expenditures from 2019 to 2020 provides some interesting insights into how U.S. hotels adjusted their unit-level marketing tactics in response to the industry recession.
Beware of the Second Derivative

Beware of the Second Derivative

Updated U.S. Lodging Forecasts Now Available on the Property Information Portal
Hotels Owners Interested in Interest

Hotels Owners Interested in Interest

To analyze the impact that declining EBITDA levels had on the ability of hotel owners to pay their interest expense, CBRE studied a sample of 1,121 hotels that reported interest payments in their operating statements for the years 2019 and 2020.
Domestic and International Travel’s Impact on the Lodging Industry’s Recovery

Domestic and International Travel’s Impact on the Lodging Industry’s Recovery

This report breaks down the evolution and impact travel restrictions and COVID-19 concerns have had on travel, with an eye to evaluating the key underpinnings of the industry’s return.