The HVI is the authoritative guide to U.S. hotel values, giving hotel stakeholders an educated edge in buying, selling, and holding opportunities. This online tool provides historical and projected values and RevPAR for the Rome market.
In the latest of HVS’s series of webinars attendees heard a topical discussion from a line-up of expert speakers on the increasing participation of private equity in the hotel investment landscape, the outlook for these investors and what private equity investors are looking for in the hotel sector.
Rising interest rates are affecting the transaction market; however, hotels remain an attractive asset class due to improving operational fundamentals and higher returns.
HVS discusses the main hotel transactions that took place in 2022 and looks at the trends in single-asset and portfolio transactions over the years.
European hotel values rise 3% in 2022 in what proved a mixed year for the sector. Read more in our latest European Hotel Valuation Index.
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HVS was joined by 60 delegates in person and at least another 300 online for the latest in our series of webinars on the preparation for the industry as it emerges into the post-pandemic world.
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HVS Webinar Recap: Recruitment, retention and effective management become crucial for post-COVID hotel sector
Attendees of the latest webinar from global hotel consultancy HVS, restructuring specialist AlixPartners, lawyers Bird & Bird, and EP Business in Hospitality heard a lively discussion this week on the hotel sector’s ability to recruit and retain staff, with 75% of attendees admitting to running at between 20%-25% fewer staff than pre-pandemic.