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Luxury and lifestyle hotels may be the shiniest assets in a hotel company’s portfolio, but investors want to be where the travelers are. That means pumping money into more affordable offerings like Hilton’s Tru, IHG’s Holiday Inn, and Marriott’s Fairfield Inn — all concepts that snapped back fast from the pandemic.

Series: Early Check-In

Early Check-In

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Investors aren’t turning away from a market segment analysts see as the workhorse for major hotel companies — even if there are shinier places to park capital. Resorts and lifestyle hotels were the hotel industry’s rare growth story during the pandemic. But construction