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HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2009

2008 has proven to be the precursor of a new world order that seems to be emerging from the ongoing financial turmoil

European Hotel Transactions 2008

HVS’s London Office has today published its latest European Hotel Transaction Report, reflecting the 2008 single asset and portfolio hotel transactions. The huge reduction in deals compared to previous years is the most dramatic ever recorded by HVS.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A sluggish national economy hasn’t held back growth in Center City Philadelphia, where expansions of business, tourism, and the convention center bring on a need for new hotels.

Tim Smith's Letter To Santa Claus

Tim Smith, a director with HVS's London office, describes his ten wishes for the UK hotel industry in 2009

HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2008

HVS’s London office has released the Hotel Valuation Index (HVI). The survey shows that hotel values achieved a fourth consecutive year of growth. Values per room largely exceed the peak values of 2000.

European Hotel Transactions 2007

HVS London office's latest European Hotel Transaction Review analyses the single asset and portfolio hotel transactions that shaped 2007.

Clear Skies Ahead? Challenges and Trends Shaping the UK Hotel Industry in 2008

Russell Kett and Michael Schwarz of HVS London have looked at five major trends and factors which are expected to influence the UK's hotel industry in 2008.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: San Juan, Puerto Rico

New developments are making the “Walled City” more welcoming than ever, while limited supply allows occupancies to remain strong and average rates to increase tremendously.

HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2007

HVS's annual review of European hotel value trends, the Hotel Valuation Index (HVI), shows that hotel values achieved a third consecutive year of growth, increasing by 9.4% in 2006, compared with an increase of 5.0% in 2005.

HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2006

The European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI) shows that hotel values (expressed in euro) achieved a second consecutive year of growth. On average, values across Europe increased by 5% in 2005, compared with an increase of 3% in 2004.
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