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5 insights into the 2020 forecast for US hotels

The odds of the U.S. economy entering a recession in 2020 have fallen to around one in four, according to Tourism Economics President Adam Sacks, but an inevitable slowdown in economic growth is a reality

Context matters: HSMAI members on signs of a downturn

Where the industry stands in terms of a downturn remains a question for many, and sales and marketing experts are no exception. During a recent think tank held in conjunction with the Hospitality Sales

The definitive guide to calendar shifts and US RevPAR

Calendar shifts can have a significant impact on U.S. performance results. Since an average year has an odd number of days, the number of weekdays shifts when comparing the same month year over year: A

How the hotel industry has adapted to GDPR

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation went into effect in May 2018, but many companies outside of Europe are still playing catch up. The GDPR was implemented last year and every company

The shifting scene of independent hotels in America

In the United States, the hotel landscape has noticeably changed since 1990. One key trend is that there seems to be fewer and fewer independent hotels. If you were to look across the American hotel scene

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

Freitag’s 5: July occupancy drops, demand sets record | hotelnewsnow.com

July's occupancy decline was the sharpest of 2016 so far, but July was also the highest room demand month ever. Here are five things you need to know about how the U.S. hotel industry performed in July

The death of the American motel | hotelnewsnow.com

Once they were pillars of the hotel industry in the United States, but today motels are mostly nostalgic scraps of history for baby boomers.

ALIS 2016 observations: The hills are alive | hotelnewsnow.com

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