Coming off of one of the strongest years on record, the REIT market is relatively well placed despite the recent volatility.
Future of distribution: How changes in consumer behaviour will impact hotels
While demand makes its way back to pre-pandemic levels, the way consumers spend has changed forever. It is critical for hoteliers to rethink their hotel distribution channels and products.
Investors weigh up changing criteria for successful urban regeneration
Landlords and investors are taking a more holistic view of projects to deliver value.
Why real estate deals are getting bigger
Large deals are on the rise amid increasing investor confidence and dry powder.
What do changing holiday habits mean for Europe’s hotels?
With lockdowns lifting and borders opening, millions of Europeans are heading off for a summer holiday – even if their plans are rather different to previous years.
Hotels in Asia increasingly worried as debts mount
The impact of the virus on the hospitality industry across Asia continues to be significant, with many hotels and investors witnessing an unparalleled cash crunch as much reduced revenues struggle to offset fixed costs.
Economy hotels lead the way during COVID-19
Economy and select-service hotels have emerged as leaders in the hotel sector, housing essential workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic while taking steps to keep guests and employees safe.
COVID-19 is inspiring new ideas in food retail
With social distancing rules in place, and restrictions on eating out to stop the spread of COVID-19, food retailers have been forced to reinvent their business models to maintain cash flow.
How are branded residences shaking up luxury living?
In many of the world’s most desirable postcodes, a growing number of branded residences are raising the bar on luxury living.
Why universities are bringing hotels on campus
Universities are increasingly building hotels right in the heart of the action to accommodate visitors.