Despite concerns that global capital flows into the U.S. lodging markets could slow during 2017, offshore investors continued to show interest in hotels across the country.
Geopolitical and economic changes are combining with structural shifts caused by technological disruption, changing leisure patterns and new market players to transform the global hotel industry.
News that Vietnam is liberalising its gaming industry to let locals into casinos has given the country’s growing hospitality industry an added boost.
The Indian Ocean is emerging as a safe and attractive destination for tourists and investors alike thanks to soaring airlift and high tourism growth.
Hotel investment in Asia Pacific for the first half of 2017 hit US$2.9 billion, with investors zooming in on key gateway cities like Hong Kong and Sydney.
Against recent industry developements owners should establish the true value of the loyalty programme and its delivery from different operators.
JLL is acting as the exclusive Agent to the Owner of a 4 Star hotel situated in Dubai (the “Property”). The Property […]
Offshore capital has been a key player in U.S. hotel transactions throughout 2017, accounting for 17 percent of total transaction activity and $2.9 billion in volume through the end of Q3.
2016 was the most successful year in almost a decade.