Food & Beverage
Jan. 21, 2018
Supplier Spots Left
Building Your Hospitality Business
Are you a member?
Member Log In
Sign Up - Free
Follow us on Twitter
Europe's Hotel Construction Pipeline Is Up 22 Percent
A recent Hotel Construction Pipeline Trend Report for Europe states that the Total Pipeline has 1,228 Projects/189,490 Rooms, up 22% by ...
CBRE Forecasts Occupancy To Increase Through 2019
ATLANTA––The U.S. lodging industry is forecast to enjoy continued levels of record occupancy through 2019. If achieved, this will mark a ...
GOPPAR Levels Hit 2017 High At U.S. Hotels
Profit levels at hotels in the US hit a 2017 high of $135.08 per available room this month, fueled by year-on-year ...
Profit Levels Fall As USA Hotels Hit Stormy Period Of Trading
Hotels in the USA recorded a 5.9-percent decline in profit per room this month as trading for much of the South ...
CBRE: Caribbean Hotels See Decrease In Profit During 2016
ATLANTA–CBRE Hotels Americas Research announced that the average Caribbean hotel in its survey sample suffered a 4.7 percent decrease in gross ...
Scaling Back Expectations
Revised Industry Forecasts Show Pace Of Growth Projected To Taper Off
The Hotel Construction Pipeline In The Middle East Is Growing
Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the Construction Pipeline Trend Report for the Middle East states that the Total Pipeline ...
Upper Midscale And Upscale Are Largest Chain Scales In The U.S. Construction Pipeline
Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the Upper Midscale category stands at 2,060 Projects/205,270 Rooms, and has the largest project ...
Lodging Econometrics Reports 20 Percent Increase In New Supply Forecast For 2017 In The U.S.
PORTSMOUTH, NH—448 Hotels/50,521 Rooms have already opened in the U.S. with another 573 Projects/64,385 Rooms forecast to open by year-end according ...
Slow But Steady
Revised Industry Forecasts Show Pace Of Growth To Taper Off Only Slightly
CBRE's 2018 Hotel Industry Outlook Remains Positive With Continued, Albeit Slower, Growth Predicted
ATLANTA-–The U.S. lodging industry will enjoy continued growth in all major metrics in 2018, albeit at a slower pace. Based on ...
Not Going By The Book
HEDNA Study Warns Against Thinking Of Desktop And Mobile In The Same Way
Knickerbocker Bed Frame Company
Eclipse Mattress Company
Flat World Hospitality
Entegra Procurement Services
Tile Redi USA, LLC
DIRECTV for Business
Northern Feather Canada Ltd
Angie Hospitality LLC
Garnier Thiebaut, Inc.
Office Star Products