Articles tagged “jll”

Tourism

The Electrified All-American Summer Road Trip

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at a Tesla-fied summer road trip, Aegean Airlines’ recovery, and the appeal of select-service hotels.

The Electrified All-American Summer Road Trip

Hotels

U.S. Broker JLL Sees More Big Money Appetite for Select Service Hotels

Few people have the pulse of U.S. hotel dealmaking as does Kevin Davis of the advisory service JLL. So it's striking that he sees growing investor interest in hotels with limited amenities and staff.

U.S. Broker JLL Sees More Big Money Appetite for Select Service Hotels

Airlines

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, how much were major U.S. airline CEOs paid in 2021 is revealed, events executives explain how labor shortages are hitting their industry hard, and travel disruptions in the United Kingdom are threatening the country's economic recovery.

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

Hotels

When Will Big Hotels Brands Go All In on Alternative Accommodations?

Most hotel parent companies, such as IHG, Hyatt, and Hilton, haven't created brands in alternative accommodations. But a report coming this week from real estate services company JLL will spotlight some billion-dollar reasons why that will change.

When Will Big Hotels Brands Go All In on Alternative Accommodations?

Hotels

China’s Strict Covid Policies Likely to Deter Future Hotel Investment

Even if more Chinese cities follow the recent lead of Beijing and Shanghai in easing Covid restrictions, major hotel companies will still tread cautiously regarding future development in the country. Especially since widespread lockdowns could occur again if Covid cases surge.

China’s Strict Covid Policies Likely to Deter Future Hotel Investment

Hotels

U.S. Hotel Development Pipeline Is in Good Shape With Dallas Booming

This year 762 U.S. hotels are forecast to open. Dallas has attracted the most development, with Atlanta and Los Angeles close behind.

U.S. Hotel Development Pipeline Is in Good Shape With Dallas Booming