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The Recession's Effects on Seattle's Hotel Industry

The Emerald City, in recent years thought to be recession-proof, has lost a bit of luster in the national economic downturn.

How New Hotels Can Transform Emerging Markets

HVS has applied a methodology for gauging the transformation of emerging lodging markets into self-contained markets in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

Mexico’s Luxury Lodging Segment - Opportunity for Growth

The luxury hotel market in Mexico has been somewhat overshadowed by other market segments. Here we shed light on its potential.

Hotel Demand Drivers in Cincinnati

A mix of cultural and commercial projects continues to steer businesspeople, tourists, and conventioneers toward Cincinnati, giving area hoteliers some hope in the tough economy.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Austin, Texas

As both the capital of Texas and the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin has businesses and hotels singing a lively tune despite the current economic dirge.

Mexico's Growing Trend: Master-Planned Resort-Residential Communities

Mexico’s tourism industry has been at the forefront of international lodging trends, and the country is once again reinventing its coastlines and interior colonial towns with the proliferation of master-planned resort-residential communities.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Downtown Phoenix, Arizona

Real estate developments, biotech firms, billion-dollar investments, and big conventions are cropping up in Downtown Phoenix, helping to secure demand for area hotels.

Surviving In Turbulent Times Through Outsourcing

Enhancements in technology and telecommunications have transformed the global hospitality landscape. In this article we evaluate how these transformations are acting as able catalysts in a world where geography is rapidly becoming history.

What Is An Event?

Rebuilding the Tower of Babel

Santa Barbara Market Overview

The outlook for the lodging market in Santa Barbara is fairly sunny. As a whole, the Santa Barbara–Santa Maria area finished 2001 at 68.2% occupancy, only 2.2 percentage points down from its 70.4% occupancy finish in 2000.
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