After a full RevPAR recovery in 2022, recessionary concerns and the capital markets are causing headwinds for the industry. What can hoteliers expect in 2023 and beyond? This article presents our latest forecast and insights.
Equity yields and discount rates remain at or below pre-COVID levels; however, rising debt costs will result in changing investor return expectations.
HVS discusses the main hotel transactions that took place in 2021 and looks at the trends in single-asset and portfolio transactions over the years.
As the economic recovery continues following the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, the current market is making mergers and acquisitions (M&As) more and more attractive to hotel industry players. This article explores the factors contributing to this trend.
HVS was joined by 60 delegates in person and at least another 300 online for the latest in our series of webinars on the preparation for the industry as it emerges into the post-pandemic world.
The ALIS Conference came and went this week, bringing Downtown L.A. hotels to life with optimism and hope that normal for the hotel industry is coming in the not-too-distant future. Here are some collective takeaways from our team that was in attendance.
Vaccine rollouts, an increase in local and regional non-air travel trends and higher transaction volumes are all positive news supporting an elevated degree of confidence for a market rebound. Multiple announcements made by large investment funds committing to substantial capital injections into the hospitality lending space will also provide a boost.
HVS discusses the main hotel transactions that took place in 2020 and looks at the trends in single-asset and portfolio transactions over the years.
Each year, HVS reviews and analyzes the Canadian hotel lending environment following a comprehensive survey. With the unprecedented change that 2020 has brought, this year’s survey looks to gain clarity on the current lending environment and the overall health of the hotel finance sector across the nation.
It is inevitable – many hotels will go into receivership and/or foreclosure in the coming months. Some owners cannot afford to fight any longer, some lenders cannot kick the can down the road any longer, or any number of other reasons will start them down this path.