Hotel stocks dip in August

HOTEL STOCKS DIPPED 1.9 percent in August on the Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index, which closed at 4,099 points. More bearishness is expected as the...

Not a drop in the bucket

Hotels and motels among biggest commercial consumers of water, say conservationists… Wednesday, April 23, 2014 – A HOTEL USES HUNDREDS of gallons of water per...

Construction costs will rise in face of hurricane recovery, say experts

OVER THE PAST few months, the U.S. hotel industry has seen a slowing in the number of new hotel projects. In the wake of...

Ten years later, hoteliers see mixed recovery from Great Recession, says CBRE Hotels’ Americas...

HOTELIERS WHO ENTERED the lodging business after 2009, the industry’s trough in the Great Recession, are most likely reaping financial rewards from their investments....

U.S. water parks forecast to grow in 2017

THE WATERPARK INDUSTRY saw more than $550 million in new investment in indoor and outdoor waterparks and their related resorts in 2016, according to...

Analysis: U.S. hotel demand at all-time high

HOTEL DEMAND IN the U.S is at an all-time high, driven by forces beyond the traditional link to gross domestic product, according to CBRE...

Report: Hotel industry growth to remain steady

FOR ANYBODY PREDICTING that the current hotel market cycle is peaking, the strong U.S. economy and prudent lending practices are keeping it running a...

Online reviews as the great equalizer

THE INTERNET HAS changed the way consumers shop for any number of products and services. Now a new study shows the online marketplace may...

‘Bleisure’ travel continues to grow

THE OLD MAXIM of never mixing business with pleasure is fast becoming a thing of the past as more business travelers are extending their...

Houston hoteliers face good news, bad news

AFTER YEARS OF STRUGGLING, Houston hotels may see a record-breaking surge in occupancy – and eventually rate – as the city and surrounding communities...