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Hotels

U.S. Hotels Likely to See Softening in Leisure Travel Bookings

Hotel operators will close this year having generated record-breaking revenue growth in most cases, say analysts at STR, PwC, Truist, and Jefferies. Yet the crystal ball for next year is a bit hazy.

U.S. Hotels Likely to See Softening in Leisure Travel Bookings

Hotels

Atour Goes Public to Expand Lifestyle Hotel Trend in China

The demand for lifestyle hotels is spreading to China, as seen by the rise of Atour. Plus other news in hotel deals and development from around the world.

Atour Goes Public to Expand Lifestyle Hotel Trend in China

Hotels

Canadian Hotel Construction Is Rebounding at Last

Even as the Bank of Canada recently hiked interest rates, developers keep pressing ahead with hotel development at pre-pandemic levels. Plus, news other news in hotel deals and development worldwide.

Canadian Hotel Construction Is Rebounding at Last

Hotels

India’s Hotel Supply Is Less Than Demand as Development Tries to Catch Up

Developers are eagerly building hotels in India, but analysts say they're not doing it quickly enough to meet demand over the next five years. Plus, other news in hotel development worldwide.

India’s Hotel Supply Is Less Than Demand as Development Tries to Catch Up

Announcements

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Hotels

Middle East Is Seeing the Strongest Hotel Pipeline of All Global Regions

The Middle East and Africa was the only world region to show an increase in overall hotel pipeline activity in recent months. Plus other news in hotel deals and development from across the globe.

Middle East Is Seeing the Strongest Hotel Pipeline of All Global Regions

Hotels

100-Story Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences to Rise in Miami

Construction is starting on Miami's first super-tall tower. Plus, hotel deals and development news from across the globe.

100-Story Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences to Rise in Miami

Hotels

Chelsea Hotel Owners Talking So Brave and So Sweet

The lawyers for the Hotel Chelsea have been jiving around for years in an arcane legal battle with New York City. Yet victory may be in sight. Plus, a roundup of other hotel news from Vietnam, Shizuoka, Rajasthan, and elsewhere.

Chelsea Hotel Owners Talking So Brave and So Sweet

Hotels

Hotel Rates Projected to Jump in 2023 Due to Rising Meetings Demand

Surging hotel rates are poised to make planning business trips even harder for corporate travel managers already dealing with decreased travel budgets.

Hotel Rates Projected to Jump in 2023 Due to Rising Meetings Demand

Hotels

Amadeus and Tripbam Point to Strong 2022 Finish for Hotel Bookings

Amadeus and Tripbam separately reported data this week suggesting that corporate travel demand continues to gain momentum. Plus, China-based Dajia wants to sell $1.3 billion worth of hotels and other news.

Amadeus and Tripbam Point to Strong 2022 Finish for Hotel Bookings