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Hotel analysts on how the last decade shapes the future

The hotel industry was in a bad place a decade ago, but since then hoteliers in the United States have enjoyed an unprecedented demand environment that continues to fuel performance today. Speaking during

ALIS 2016 observations: The hills are alive |

Despite some encouraging RevPAR forecasts for 2016, hoteliers who attended ALIS are anxiously waiting for the bad news that the industry peak is over.

Leaders talk tech, mobile and government at ALIS 2013 |

Hotel investment conferences aren’t only focused on capitalization rates, Libor spreads and loan-to-value equations.

OTAs, legislation, development in Phoenix spotlight

The second day of the 2010 Lodging Conference kicked off with a familiar subject: online travel agencies.

Data crunchers: Recovery chugs on

By all accounts during Tuesday’s ALIS Summer Update, things are looking up for the United States’ hotel industry.

Bucks for Bunkers and deal dialogue

Things I heard during breakout sessions, networking events and late-night cocktail conversations held in conjunction with last week’s 22nd annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference in Atlanta.

Atlanta conference: Data signals better times

The data guys have spoken: Things are looking up for the hotel industry. During a general session at the 22nd annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference, Jan Freitag of STR said spring has sprung for U.S.

Economist: Worst is over, but still pain ahead

The festive nature of St. Patrick’s Day provided a perfect backdrop for economist Rajeev Dhawan on Wednesday during the opening session of the 22nd annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference.

These conferences reveal some interesting trends

The best part of back-to-back conferences at the beginning of the year is they provide a gauge of what’s in store for the months ahead.

Bad news for now, but recovery on the horizon |

As the Americas Lodging Investment Summit got under way Monday, season six American Idol finalist Stephanie Edwards took the ALIS stage and sang of not wanting to hear any more bad news about the hotel industry.