U.S. Hotel Development Cost Survey 2014/15

HVS annually researches development costs of actual hotel construction budgets, industry reports, and uniform franchise offering circulars. This 2014/15 survey reports updated per-room development costs in the U.S. through the end of 2014.


  1. Devinder DhotarFeb 2, 2015

    A valuable study to be aware of

  2. Eric GoodmanFeb 2, 2015

    Thank you for making this report available

  3. hospitalityjobs.comFeb 2, 2015

    The article is very informative.

  4. justin howeFeb 2, 2015

    Thanks very much

  5. Danny HaFeb 2, 2015

    Thank you for your update

  6. Hwee TanFeb 2, 2015

    Do we have Hotel Development Cost Survey for Asia?

  7. Richard WelchmanFeb 2, 2015

    Thanks for an informative article. Have you conducted the same survey for the Middle East, in particular Dubai?

  8. Linwood GilbertFeb 3, 2015

    Thank you Elaine. Very helpful.

  9. sofroniosFeb 3, 2015

    do you have any report on medical wellness or medical hotel

  10. Steven CorteFeb 3, 2015

    I appreciate your making information like this available and to provide such good quality data.

  11. just in time. I need this doc. Many thanks

  12. Steven XuMar 17, 2015

    Thanks for the information

  13. Eugene McCainAug 24, 2015

    Thank you . This is excellent

  14. Thank you very very very much.

  15. thank you VERY MUCH

  16. luis BosomsNov 4, 2015

    thanks very much

  17. Dwaine WhitleyJan 25, 2016

    Appreciate the relevant industry data and analysis...DW

  18. Matthew FerrinoApr 28, 2016

    The per room development costs within the 2015 report do not add up going from left to right. Do you know why this is?

    • Hi Matthew, the cost figures are not meant to add up because they represent the highs and lows of each cost category, and so no one hotel would have the highest or lowest or average cost for each category. So the cost figures are meant to be looked at category by category. I hope this provides some clarity - let me know if you have any further questions. Kind regards, Suzanne Mellen

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