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The Top and Bottom Lines

Developers are attracted to extended-stay (ES) hotels because of the relative simplicity of their operations and their high profit margins. Low levels of staffing combined with limited offerings of services and amenities allow for a significant portion of topline revenues ...

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Go with the Flow

The U.S. lodging industry recovery made great progress in 2011 with more than 70 percent of the hotels in the nation showing increases in both revenue and profits during the year. Many industry prognosticators are expecting this trend to continue ...

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Taking a Measure of Meals

At PKF Hospitality Research, we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the strong rebound in lodging demand that has occurred since the depths of the great recession in 2009. While the positive impact this has had on room revenue has been a ...

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U.S. Lodging Executives Positive About Business Conditions

DURHAM, N.H.—U.S. lodging executives are more positive about present general business conditions, although they are less optimistic about the next 12 months, according to the University of New Hampshire Lodging Executives Sentiment Index (LESI) for September. The index rose very ...

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Meetings in Progress

The conference center industry has benefited in many ways from the continued recovery in the hotel industry. According to a survey published in the 2012 edition of Trends in the Conference Center Industry, the average revenue for U.S. centers increased ...

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