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U.S. Hotel Brands in the Caribbean: Over-Supplied or Under-Represented?

The Caribbean region offers a diversified portfolio of hotels. As tourism in the region continues to grow, the development of hotels should continue to evolve to accommodate the changes in the nature and pattern of demand.
Parris Eric Jordan is the Chairman of the Caribbean Hotel Investment Conference & Operations Summit (CHICOS) and the Managing Director of HVS in the Caribbean, where he overseas hospitality consulting and valuation assignments in the Caribbean, the United States, Central America and Mexico. CHICOS, which was founded by Jordan in 2011, is an annual event which brings together international investors and operators as well as leading hotel investment decision makers, including governmental representatives and international industry and opinion leaders, to discuss the markets, developments and opportunities for hotel growth in the Caribbean region. Parris’s hospitality-industry expertise extends to hotel market and feasibility studies, appraisals, valuations, operator searches, and target market and global expansion strategy development for prominent international hotel brands. Parris holds a Masters from the Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism at New York University, where he has also lectured as an adjunct professor on lodging development. Parris holds a Masters degree from the Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism at New York University where he also lectured as an adjunct professor on lodging development. Please contact Parris at pjordan@hvs.com or +1 (917) 902-2314.

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