Hotel Del Coronado – Coronado, CA
Hotel Invasion: Residents Fight To Keep Hotel Development At Bay In Major Cities Across The U.S.

U.S. hotel demand may be at record highs, but that doesn’t mean residents in every part of the country are excited to see hotel projects breaking ground in their backyards.

The Evolution of Urban Timeshares

While timeshare companies have historically focused on resort properties, over the past 20 years the demand for urban assets has increased considerably.

Cautiously Optimistic: Why Hotel Investors Need To Be Prepared

The hotel industry is in the midst of one of the longest up cycles in recent decades. Buoyed by a strong economy and robust demand, the fundamentals of the industry stand on solid footing.

Are Rising Labor Costs Draining Your Hotel’s Profits?

A significant share of a hotel’s profits gets spent on labor, making it the most expensive line item in a property’s budget.

Hotels Never Stabilize

Given the unique nature of hotel operations, in reality they can never stabilize. Hotel facilities are more than bricks and mortar real estate; they are also going business concerns that house extensive amounts of furniture, fixtures and equipment, all of which are inextricably intertwined.

Is Commercial Real Estate Dying, Or Just Different? Seven Experts Weigh In

Compared to 20 years ago, the current commercial real estate (CRE) market looks pretty grim.

U.S.-Canada Trade Fight Would Hurt Both Countries

A strained relationship between the U.S. and Canada represents a mutually assured threat to economic drivers that in turn will exert negative pressure on the demand for hotel accommodations within both nations.

Vegas Offerings Evolve to Keep Southern Californians Interested

Las Vegas and gambling may seem synonymous in the public consciousness, but the reality is a bit more nuanced. It turns out that "gaming" now accounts for only a third of hotel and casino revenue.

Southern California Lifestyle Helping Turn Las Vegas into Dining Mecca, Experts Say

The majority of money earned on the Las Vegas Strip – about 52 percent — comes from food and beverage as Sin City evolves to keep up with changing tastes and strives to remain a destination for Southern California visitors.

When is the Next Recession?

Fear of recession always lurks behind a strong economy, particularly during prolonged recovery periods, which the U.S. has been experiencing for what is now almost a decade.

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