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Hotel Company Earnings Season Starts Strong

Earnings results were broadly good for Hilton, Accor, and Wyndham. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Hotel Company Earnings Season Starts Strong

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Sales of U.S. Hotel Assets Sagged in First Half 2023

Hotel owners have balked at doing deals as interest rates have risen. But the deal drought may end soon. Plus, more from this week's news about hotel development worldwide.

Sales of U.S. Hotel Assets Sagged in First Half 2023
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Choice Hotels’ Bullish Report Prompts More Wyndham Merger Speculation

Choice Hotels issued a positive business update in a seemingly random way. That fueled speculation it plans to do something newsy. Plus, other worldwide headlines in hotel deals and development.

Choice Hotels’ Bullish Report Prompts More Wyndham Merger Speculation

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Analysts Pare Back Enthusiasm for Hotel Companies

Analysts become more cautious about leisure travelers' demand for hotels. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Analysts Pare Back Enthusiasm for Hotel Companies

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Morgan Stanley Flags Headwinds for Hotel Companies

Analysts for investment bank Morgan Stanley modestly sliced their price targets on several lodging companies largely out of concern about demand trends. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Morgan Stanley Flags Headwinds for Hotel Companies

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U.S. and Canada Notch Improved Hotel Performances

The U.S. and Canada's hotel industries each made significant progress in their recoveries from the pandemic. We also feature other major news in hotel deals and development across the world.

U.S. and Canada Notch Improved Hotel Performances

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Marriott Doesn’t See Travelers Balking at Room Rates Yet

Travelers aren't pulling back from hotel spending in broad terms, said the world's largest hotel group. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Marriott Doesn’t See Travelers Balking at Room Rates Yet

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Park Hotels Gives Up on San Francisco’s Doggedly Weak Demand

It's ominous for San Francisco that a firm just abandoned 9 percent of the city's hotel rooms. It's crying uncle on a city struggling with weak hotel demand. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Park Hotels Gives Up on San Francisco’s Doggedly Weak Demand

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LVMH Stopped From Building a Luxury Hotel in Beverly Hills

LVMH's offer to build an ultra-luxury hotel in Beverly Hills got shot down by voters. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

LVMH Stopped From Building a Luxury Hotel in Beverly Hills

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U.S. Hotel Performance Is Revised Upward

CBRE has again raised its forecast for U.S. hotel performance, expecting average revenue per available room to be up 6 percent year-over-year. Plus, more highlights from this week's news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

U.S. Hotel Performance Is Revised Upward