Hala Matar Choufany is discussing with Khalid Anib, Bani Haddad and Christophe Landais at AHIC on the Road, about the evolution of different type of hotel agreements as well as the journey to the alternative management.
Hotels are complicated investments and evaluating the most suitable hotel operating model for a hotel investment is crucial to ensure that the owner’s return is optimized. This publication summarizes the evolution of a number key terms in the hotel management agreements and our outlook on how these key terms may evolve in the future, provides an overview of franchise agreements and highlights alternative agreements that are being considered by sophisticated owners in the Middle East region.
The Hotel Law Guide helps serve hotel real estate owners, developers and operators as a reference for experienced and well-known lawyers and attorneys with a track record in Asia Pacific region. Each law firm highlights their representative attorneys with the type of services offered and notable projects.
In this Seventh Edition, over one million existing and more than half a million pipeline rooms spread over 7,148 properties were captured. This publication features 55 operators. The analysis covers 33 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific and 1,133 markets with existing hotels as well as 832 markets with proposed hotels.
So why is it that so many owners feel the need to employ asset managers to help them ensure the manager is doing a good job? Why don’t many operators do this on their own? After 45 years of looking at hotel operating performance, here are my top 10 tips for getting the most out of your hotel business.
The Sixth Edition of the Asia-Pacific Hotel Operator Guide provides owners and investors with a unique reference about the presence and scale of 50 international operators with 244 brands, across 1,008 markets and 5,742 properties in the Asia-Pacific Region.