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Edinburgh remains UK's number one destination for hotel development

The UK Hotels Market Index is an analysis of 34 locations across the UK, ranked to determine the 'hot spots' for hotel development and acquisition across the country. Belfast ranks second, moving up one

Colliers International release their Australia New Zealand Capital Market Investment Review Hotels research report

Gus Moors and Karen Wales of Colliers International have found that Australian hotel transaction activity slowed in FYE2018 with volumes easing to $1.338 billion - however deal flow increased with 35 transactions

Middle East Investment in Europe rises by 25% H1 2014 - Colliers Reports

Middle East investment in Europe rose by 25 per cent year on year in the first half of 2014 to €5.9 billion, while the total cross border investment in Europe rose by nearly a third (32 per cent) to top

Colliers International Hospitality | Saudi Arabia Economy Hotels Market Gap | 2012

There is a limited supply of quality internationally branded economy hotels in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Findings from Colliers International research shows that there are currently 7 notable cities

Rebuilding Value: Hotel Investors and Operators are Shifting Attitudes from Value Preservation to Value Enhancement
By Bryan Younge, MAI, ASA - Managing Director at Colliers International

Within the real estate arena, lodging investors were among those thrown furthest and hardest from a fast-moving train. Still tumbling, these professionals intend to soon stand up, dust off and find other

Recession puts curb on investing in Canadian hotels | montrealgazette.com

Investment in Canadian hotels last year dropped to levels not seen since 2004 when the industry was dealing with the after effects of SARS, according to a new report.

Canadian hotel investment market expected to recover in 2010 according to Colliers International Hotels and HLT Advisory

Toronto, According to a survey conducted by Colliers International Hotels and HLT Advisory, the economic recovery is unlikely to benefit the Canadian hotel industry until 2010. The survey of 325 hotel

Hotel Investment Activity in Canada Witnesses Significant Decline According to Colliers International Hotels’ Annual Report

Toronto, The global credit crunch and the recession that followed have hit the Canadian hotel real estate sector, which experienced a 77 per cent decline in investment activity, falling to $1.1 billion