Articles tagged “hotel earnings”

Hotels

Minor Hotels Aims to Expand Portfolio by a Third by 2027

Minor Hotels, the hotel group behind brands like NH Hotels and Anantara, is going all-in on post-pandemic growth. It plans to increase its hotel portfolio by 36% by the end of 2026.

Minor Hotels Aims to Expand Portfolio by a Third by 2027

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Soho House Check-Up Months After Dire Report: What the Latest Numbers Show

Soho House is continuing its streak of losing money every year since its founding in 1995. But it also appears to be improving on key metrics.

Soho House Check-Up Months After Dire Report: What the Latest Numbers Show

Hotels

Hyatt Signals Strength in Business Travel, Loyalty, and All-Inclusives

For months ahead, Hyatt is seeing business travelers and convention-goers flocking back to its properties while hordes of sun-worshippers continue to descend upon its all-inclusive resorts, especially in Cancun.

Hyatt Signals Strength in Business Travel, Loyalty, and All-Inclusives

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Choice Hotels Boosts Global Pipeline

Choice Hotels is shrugging off concerns about softening travel demand.

Choice Hotels Boosts Global Pipeline

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Marriott Vacations Worldwide Sees Timeshare Growth – Except in West Maui

The timeshare company wants to put the Maui wildfires in the rearview mirror. Sluggish demand and a tight labor market in the area impacted by the fires have slowed its post-pandemic momentum.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Sees Timeshare Growth – Except in West Maui

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IHG Talks Hotel Growth Opportunity in Germany

IHG sees promise for growth in Europe's largest economy, Germany.

IHG Talks Hotel Growth Opportunity in Germany

Podcasts

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Reveals Its Big Plans

Today's podcast looks at Airbnb's new product, Marriott's new take on U.S. domestic travel demand, and new opinions on the cost of Vision 2030.

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Reveals Its Big Plans

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Marriott: U.S. Market Is Cooling Amid Global Hotel Boom

Marriott execs cited a "normalization" in domestic U.S. vacation bookings, a potential warning sign for the post-pandemic travel frenzy. Still, with a strong dollar sending Americans overseas and a loyalty program topping 203 million members, Marriott seems well-positioned for a profitable year worldwide.

Marriott: U.S. Market Is Cooling Amid Global Hotel Boom

Hotels

Premier Inn to Grow Hotel Room Count by 25% Before 2030

Premier Inn hotels are like shoeboxes, but their beds have comfy mattresses that come with a "good sleep" guarantee. The profitable brand anticipates strong growth in the UK and Germany.

Premier Inn to Grow Hotel Room Count by 25% Before 2030

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Hoping for a Paris Olympics Boost? Accor Expects Only a Small Bump

Isn't hosting the Olympics supposed to be a gold mine for hotels? Not for France, at least. Accor warned that it didn't expect a "massive financial uplift" from Paris hosting the Summer Olympic Games.

Hoping for a Paris Olympics Boost? Accor Expects Only a Small Bump