Industry News

Florida hotel financier bringing supplies to Hurricane Michael strike zone

AS THE DEATH toll from Hurricane Michael reached 19 and thousands remained without food, water and power, Clearwater, Florida, hotel financier Ryan Dumas took...

Doctor turned hotelier takes on two major projects totaling $174M

AN ASIAN AMERICAN doctor turned hotel investor is involved in two major projects – one in Florida and the other in New Jersey. Dr....

TRENDS & ISSUES

North America sees 5 percent growth in international arrivals

INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS worldwide grew 6 percent in the in the first six months of 2018, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization. While...

Hurricane Florence closed hotels, raised occupancy in North Carolina

IN THE PECULIAR give and take that hotels experience from major storms, Hurricane Florence brought the highest number of closings, and the highest spikes...

Study: U.S. hotels’ TRevPAR pinched in August by non-rooms revenue dip

AUGUST WAS, OVERALL, another good month for the U.S. hotel industry. However, a drop off in revenues from non-rooms revenue, primarily from a dip...

Survey: Travelers not yet comfortable with ‘chatbots’

TEXT AND ONLINE chats are fine with many travelers for handling various parts of their trips, including contacting a hotel front desk or concierge,...

Review: Third quarter sees stable ADR, bookings in North America

NORTH AMERICAN HOTELS are seeing stable ADR and bookings across all travel segments as they enter the second half of 2018, according to travel...

Hotel stock index stays flat in August, YTD down 0.3 percent

AUGUST WAS NOT a very good month for hotel investors as the Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index showed no growth from July, remaining flat at...

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