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U.S. Hotels in Profitable Portion of Recovery Cycle

U.S. Hotels in Profitable Portion of Recovery Cycle

Despite the slowdown in the pace of revenue per available room (RevPAR) growth in 2013, U.S. hotels were able to sustain strong gains in net operating income (NOI) during the year. Looking forward, the combination of rising average daily rates ...

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PKF: Good Times Ahead for Lodging Industry

PKF: Good Times Ahead for Lodging Industry

ATLANTA, Ga.—PKF Consulting USA (PKFC) today released the results of its annual Hospitality Investment Survey, which revealed that hospitality investment indices continue to operate at optimal performance levels. According to the survey results, hotel profits are up, debt is more ...

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Hotels Continue to Invest in People and Technology

Hotels Continue to Invest in People and Technology

The introduction of technology has influenced the duties of on-site hotel sales personnel over the years. The Internet, sophisticated revenue management programs, and social media provide marketing professionals with an array of new tools. Investment in technology is often justified ...

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PKF Forecasts Double-Digit Gains in NOI Through 2015

PKF Forecasts Double-Digit Gains in NOI Through 2015

ATLANTA, Ga.—According to the 2014 edition of Trends in the Hotel Industry, an annual report recently released by PKF Hospitality Research LLC (PKF-HR), hotel profits are on pace to exceed pre-recession levels in 2014. Despite the slowdown in the pace ...

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Powering Down: Hotels Are Controlling Utility Costs

Powering Down: Hotels Are Controlling Utility Costs

According to the 2013 edition of PKF’s Trends in the Hotel Industry report, total operating expenses for the average U.S. hotel increased by 3.3 percent in 2012. During the year, all major expense categories posted an increase from 2011 except ...

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