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HVS Market Pulse: Columbia, South Carolina

Columbia’s hospitality industry and overall economy are expected to continue to be spurred by a recent tax incentive, strength of area businesses, and growing tourism.

HVS Market Pulse: Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville is recognized as a premier tourist destination in the Southeast U.S., and its growing and changing lodging landscape continues to reflect this Blue Ridge city’s popularity.

HVS Market Pulse: Arlington, Texas

Both the hotel landscapes in North and South Arlington continue to evolve as the city remains an entertainment capital of the state and as new commercial development helps spur new hotel construction.

HVS Market Pulse: Memphis -Rehabilitation, Revitalization, and Restoration

Home of the Blues, Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll, Bluff City, and Grind City, Memphis is a city with many names, ingrained with history, art, music, and southern cuisine. A new record of over 12 million people visited the city in 2018 to experience the Memphis culture.

HVS Market Pulse: Southeastern U.S. Hotel Markets Poised for Strong 2019

Overall, the pulse of each area within the Southeast region was positive, with some expecting some softening in occupancy this year, which mirrors our overall national sentiment. ADR growth should keep overall RevPAR change in the positive column.

Market Pulse: Orange County Beaches, CA

Recent hotel transactions show investor confidence in this high-barriers-to-entry Southern California market. This article illustrates the current conditions and lodging metrics of the Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and Costa Mesa submarkets.

Differentiating Lifestyle Hotel Brands in an Increasingly Competitive Category

Lifestyle hotel brands have realized that local experiences is a key factor in the popularity of Lifestyle Hotels. So, what is the future for the lifestyle hotel concept? I believe it’s a mix of personalization, with a healthy dose of technology.

Paid Publication HVS Guide to Hotel Management Contracts (Full Guide and Survey Report)

The HVS Guide to Hotel Management Contracts presents the results of an extensive review of hotel management agreements conducted across the Americas (USA, Canada and South America), Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA), and the Asia Pacific (APAC) regions, in addition to offering an in-depth understanding of the key terms and clauses of such agreements. The global survey sample set comprises 475 hotel management contracts representing close to 120,000 rooms and 55 first-tier (branded) hotel management companies, in addition to several second-tier (third-party) management companies and few independent operators.

All primary geographic regions depicted in this survey – Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific – have over 100 hotel management contracts, which we believe is a credible threshold to effectively represent the nature of operating terms and conditions prevalent in these areas. Moreover, each regional sub-section is accompanied with a foreword by an HVS expert practicing in the area, and the sub-set results are supported by expert discussions and insights, where applicable, to provide the reader with useful and relevant information.

 

VIEW EXCERPTS | HVS GUIDE TO HOTEL MANAGEMENT CONTRACTS

  • The full guide and survey report comprising around 100 pages can be purchased for US$3,000.
  • Any regional report (Purchase Here) comprising the global section (with definitions and a detailed explanation of the terms and provisions of a management contract) and any one regional sub-section – Americas, EMEA, or Asia Pacific – can be purchased for US$2,000.

All reports are available in PDF (soft copy) only. A personalized copy of the report will be sent.

For more information, please contact Kasia Russell at [email protected].

Paid Publication HVS Guide to Hotel Management Contracts (Regional Report)

The HVS Guide to Hotel Management Contracts presents the results of an extensive review of hotel management agreements conducted across the Americas (USA, Canada and South America), Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA), and the Asia Pacific (APAC) regions, in addition to offering an in-depth understanding of the key terms and clauses of such agreements. The global survey sample set comprises 475 hotel management contracts representing close to 120,000 rooms and 55 first-tier (branded) hotel management companies, in addition to several second-tier (third-party) management companies and few independent operators.

All primary geographic regions depicted in this survey – Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific – have over 100 hotel management contracts, which we believe is a credible threshold to effectively represent the nature of operating terms and conditions prevalent in these areas. Moreover, each regional sub-section is accompanied with a foreword by an HVS expert practicing in the area, and the sub-set results are supported by expert discussions and insights, where applicable, to provide the reader with useful and relevant information.

 

VIEW EXCERPTS | HVS GUIDE TO HOTEL MANAGEMENT CONTRACTS

  • The full guide and survey report  (Purchase Here) comprising around 100 pages can be purchased for US$3,000.
  • Any regional report comprising the global section (with definitions and a detailed explanation of the terms and provisions of a management contract) and any one regional sub-section – Americas, EMEA, or Asia Pacific – can be purchased for US$2,000.

 

All reports are available in PDF (soft copy) only. A personalized copy of the report will be sent.

For more information, please contact Kasia Russell at [email protected].

HVS Market Pulse: Greenwood, South Carolina

The city and county of Greenwood, South Carolina, have grown and diversified over the past several years, and revitalization projects are still underway. Meanwhile, tourism, health care, and manufacturing continue to generate demand for area hotels.
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