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Hotel Conversions Pick Up Pace as Investors Tap into Rental Apartment Demand
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SINGAPORE, 8 November 2018 – Investors are acquiring hotels for conversion into apartments to meet a growing demand for residential rental properties in China’s tier 1 cities, says a new report from JLL.
Hospitality Asset Managers Association Asia Pacific (HAMA A/P) Predicts Asian "Gold Rush" As Hotel Owners Reposition And Reinvest In Properties
Hospitality Investments
The Hospitality Asset Managers Association (HAMA) Asia/Pacific has predicted an investment “gold rush” in the Asia Pacific region as forward-thinking hotel owners reposition and reinvest in underperforming properties. HAMA chapters globally include
If It's Broken, Don't Fix It ... Yourself
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If you need to renovate your bathroom, a trip to IKEA and a week of DIY makes perfect sense. If you need to renovate your hotel, be aware that the same principles do
Marriott International Plans To Expand Its Branded Residential Portfolio By More Than 70 Percent By 2022
Hospitality Investments
Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) has announced that its branded residential portfolio is expected to grow by more than 70 percent in four years as both consumers and residential real estate developers seek homes
Direct Flights, Luxury Hotel Brands and Wellness Push Koh Samui Hotel Performance Higher
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While most of Thailand’s resort markets struggle with an onslaught of mass tourism, Koh Samui has remained a ‘calm in the middle of a gathering storm’ in the numbers driven industry. While
New Survey Reveals Asia-Pacific is Falling in Love With Snow Holidays
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A recent survey done by Club Med, the Premium All-Inclusive operator maps out a diverse, sophisticated and affluent market of travellers who are becoming avid snow hunters. Their Key Findings are ; 238 million
The Greater Mekong Sub-Region: What’s There For Investors/Developers?
Hospitality Investments
Year after year, the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, or GMS, is attracting more travelers, and 2017 was no exception with a record 61.2 million international arrivals registered, and those figures don’t include
AccorInvest to Put one of Australia’s Largest Hotel Portfolios for Sale
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One of Australia’s largest hotel portfolios will soon be placed on the market by AccorInvest. The AccorInvest Australian Hotel Portfolio (“the Portfolio”) is made up of 23 real estate assets and lease
Phuket: An Entertainment Hub For Everyone?
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Is Phuket ready to become the new entertainment capital? The island certainly offers many entertainment choices, but most of these are activities that take place at night and are therefore far from ideal
Indian Tourism Economy Sees Growth, but What’s the Problem?
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According to the World Travel & Tourism Council, India is expected to surpass its regional rivals, becoming the fourth-largest travel and tourism economy. Although India has received a huge increase in international tourists
A Sharp Increase in Direct Flights to Niseko Sparks Billion Dollar Resort Property Market
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Asia’s leading alpine destination Niseko has received a year-on-year increase of 17%, with an impressive 16% CAGR. A push to a year-round marketplace is a clear indicator of market maturation. Last year,
Trevor Horwell Talks About Business Development Approach of Nobu Hospitality
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One of the most talked about brands in the hotel world today is Nobu Hotels, and with its presence in Asia of ‘Nobu City of Dreams’ in Manila, Philippines, Hotelintel.co feels the
STR: Asia Pacific hotel performance for May 2018
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LONDON—Hotels in the Asia Pacific region posted growth across the three key performance metrics during May 2018, according to data from STR. U.S. dollar constant currency, May 2018 vs. May 2017
STR: Preliminary May Data for Hong Kong Hotels
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LONDON—STR’s preliminary May 2018 data for hotels in Hong Kong indicates strong performance results. Based on daily data from May, Hong Kong reported the following in year-over-year comparisons: Supply: +0.9%