The luxury hotel market in Mexico has been somewhat overshadowed by other market segments. Here we shed light on its potential.
The recovery of gaming, hotels, and tourism in Biloxi continues following Hurricane Katrina. How will these industries fare in the face of a national economic storm?
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.
Business, tourism, and an idyllic mountain setting are perennial features of Asheville, creating demand for hotels old and new.
Unemployment rates are surging, global stock markets are crashing, commodities are collapsing, and the real estate bubble has finally burst. What moves can hotel developers make during the downturn?
As both the capital of Texas and the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin has businesses and hotels singing a lively tune despite the current economic dirge.
A hotel’s pet-friendly policies can bring both trials and rewards.
Celebrating its 10th Anniversary, the Vacation Ownership Investment Conference held in Orlando, Florida, from October 6th-9th, presented a rather optimistic outlook of the future of the vacation ownership industry.
Hoteliers stand to reap the benefits of this capital city’s revitalization, especially downtown.
Real estate developments, biotech firms, billion-dollar investments, and big conventions are cropping up in Downtown Phoenix, helping to secure demand for area hotels.