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February data depicts a world that ‘no longer exists’
While the U.S. hotel industry saw growth across each performance metric during February, the current reality dramatically ...
Close or stay open? Asset managers weigh options
A drop-off in demand related to COVID-19 has forced hotel closures, and asset managers told Hotel News Now that hotel owners ...
Saunders Hotel Group stays local in Boston
Now in its fourth generation of operating hotels, family-run Saunders Hotel Group is about to take on its most ambitious ...
STR: Lima’s daily occupancy falls to as low as 12.9%
BOGOTÁ—As the impact of COVID-19 broadens in South America, Lima’s daily hotel occupancy fell to as low as 12.9% on 19 March, ...
In a quarantined world, local leisure reigns
Hoteliers who reconfigure their focus toward local business can find a way to mitigate some of their revenue losses caused by ...
Heightened cleaning, communication reassure guests
Hoteliers who have elevated property cleaning protocols to keep guests and employees safe during the coronavirus pandemic say ...
Hoteliers on how operations are shifting across globe
Hoteliers from around the world share the range of changes they’ve implemented on-property since the coronavirus (COVID-19) ...
US hotel RevPAR forecasted to drop 50.6% for 2020
HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Due to the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. hotel industry is projected to report a 50.6 ...
HNN Highlights: Goodwill and ingenuity
Hotel News Now editors recap and relay news from across the global hotel industry, with a focus on positive, hopeful and ...
APAC hotel performance data has yet to reflect rebound
Hotel performance in Asia, where COVID-19 first emerged, likely will be the first to rebound from the crisis, though ...
Huazhu reports start of recovery for hotels in China
Though the coronavirus outbreak shut down travel within China during the first months of the year, executives at Huazhu Group ...
Hotel REITs look to outlast downturn
Hotel real estate investment trusts have turned to cutting dividends and drawing on credit lines to try to survive the sudden ...