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Hotel Bulletin Q1 2015

AlixPartners, AM:PM and HVS have published the Q1 2015 Hotel Bulletin. The Hotel Bulletin analyses demand, supply pipeline and transactions in the hotel market in 12 cities across the UK. This edition includes a city focus on Aberdeen.

In Focus: Siem Reap

This article summarizes the recent tourism trends in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Decisions, Decisions... Which Hotel Operating Model is Right for You?

Hotel brands, owners and management companies have created permutations and combinations of operating models that, when used appropriately, will increase profitability, make a project more attractive to lenders and add value to guests.

In Focus: Maldives

This article summarizes the recent tourism trends in Maldives.

In Focus: Ubud, Bali

This article summarizes the recent tourism trends in Ubud, Bali.

Sales Tax Audit!

This description of a sales tax audit is an opportunity to minimize potential problems with sales taxes. While focused on Minnesota much of it applies to any state with sales taxes. Do not construe this article as legal or tax advice.

The Hotel Bulletin: Q4 2014 for the UK Market

The latest digest of hotel performance and transactions across the UK, prepared by HVS London in conjunction with Zolfo Cooper and AM:PM. The UK’s hotels saw average RevPAR grow by double digits in the last trading quarter of 2014.

In Focus: Tokyo

This article summarizes the recent tourism trends in Tokyo.

Asia Pacific Hotel Watch 2015

APHW 2015 provides comprehensive up-to-date information on tourist arrivals, hotel performance trends, and existing and future hotel supply, covering 44 cities in 15 countries across the Asia Pacific region.

Sri Lanka Tourism: Moving Full Steam Ahead

The article analyses the evolving tourism landscape of Sri Lanka with improvements in infrastructure, tourist arrivals, and hotel market performances focussing on Colombo, Southwest Coast and Passikudah. It also identifies key trends and challenges.