Waning demand growth leads to first occupancy decline in eight years.
To maintain effective loyalty programs, companies must develop member-focused marketing strategies that keep valued members engaged and prevent them from losing interest in the brand.
Our forecast predicts where to invest, which sectors and markets offer the best prospects, and trends in the capital markets that will affect real estate.
While the full impact of the UK vote to leave the EU will not be known for some time, economic growth is expected to slow. This report discusses what the future hold for UK hotels.
PwC’s Manhattan Lodging Index provides updates on Manhattan’s lodging market, widely used by lodging brands, developers, and owners.
In “Top 25 Hotel Markets: Room for More Growth Remains”, Abhishek Jain discusses factors that have contributed to the robust performance in many markets, underperformance in others, and whether the recovery in the sector may have more room for growth given the current economic climate.
Our March 2016 update reflects our more cautious thinking on prospects for hotels across the UK, the Provinces and London in 2016 and provides our first thoughts and forecasts on performance in 2017.
This 5th European cities hotel forecast analyses the main trends and future performance outlook for the hotel sector in key gateway European cities and destinations in 2016 and 2017.
Analysis of hotel loyalty schemes and how the modern traveller influences investment priorities.
Nevada Senate Bill 9 permits casinos to offer games of skill, creating a new and potentially lucrative market. This report highlights three things you need to know to capitalize on this regulatory change.
Digital savvy, connected guests expect a seamless experience. Hotels are formulating their mobile strategy to deepen their knowledge of customer preferences and tap into an engine for growth.
This 5th edition focuses on hospitality industry segments − with detailed forecasts and analysis, plus discussions key trends and critical challenges.