The outlook for 2010 is for strong demand growth, and the industry is expected to regain stabilized levels of operation by 2014. Hotel values are also improving, fueled by both stronger fundamentals and improving investment market conditions.
sep 27, 2010 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
A review of the differentials in capitalization rates based on location and property type over a ten year period.
abr 29, 2010 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
In an effort to gain some perspective on the potential impact of the current Swine Flu scare on travel, this article looks at the impact of the SARS epidemic of 2003 on the Canadian Lodging Market.
may 14, 2009 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
Proximity to a college or university is considered a positive characteristic of any hotel site. This article explores the benefits and challenges of developing and operating a hotel or conference center affiliated with an educational institution.
abr 19, 2008 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
Given the current state of the economy, and the growing consensus that a recession is near, if not here, what is the outlook for the hotel industry? This article reviews past cycles, to gain some insight into future occupancy and average rate...
mar 27, 2008 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
With approximately three dozen valuation and consulting assignments performed in Washington, DC, during the last two years, HVS International has gained a unique understanding of the market, especially in the upscale and luxury segments.
jun 20, 2006 Contestado por Petr Kulic el Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
Anne Lloyd-Jones discusses factors impacting hotel investments in the post 9/11 environment, and correctly predicts the initial decline and ultimate revival in hotel values that we are witnessing today.
nov 1, 2001 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones
What Happens to Occupancy and Average Rate in a Slowing Economy? was written by Anne Lloyd-Jones in 2000 when the lodging industry was slowing down after half a decade of record performance.
jun 1, 2001 Por Anne R. Lloyd-Jones