抖音app官方网站登录,狼友聚福利导航,懂片帝苹果下载Hotel Business http://tenglongjinshu.com The leading source of hospitality news for owners, developers, designers, brokers, brands, management companies, lenders, REITs & asset managers. Wed, 23 Sep 2020 16:59:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.1 http://tenglongjinshu.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/cropped-HB_app_icon-32x32.png adc影院oa,日韩免费av,水多在线直播Hotel Business http://tenglongjinshu.com 32 32 老版番茄社区下载链接,四虎最新紧急入口2019,草莓视频色版Hospitality Design and the ADA http://tenglongjinshu.com/hospitality-design-and-the-ada/ http://tenglongjinshu.com/hospitality-design-and-the-ada/#respond Wed, 23 Sep 2020 16:59:22 +0000 http://tenglongjinshu.com/?p=202426 Hospitality Design and the ADA - Gregg Wallis | Hotel Business

NATIONAL REPORT—This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a revolutionary piece of legislation that has had long-lasting effects, both on the country and the hospitality industry. “It is probably the largest piece of civil rights legislation in the last 30 years,” said Bryan Soukup, VP of government and public [...]

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NATIONAL REPORT—This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a revolutionary piece of legislation that has had long-lasting effects, both on the country and the hospitality industry.

“It is probably the largest piece of civil rights legislation in the last 30 years,” said Bryan Soukup, VP of government and public affairs, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). “At ASID, our motto is ‘Design Impacts Lives.?I don’t think there is a greater example of how design impacts lives than the Americans with Disabilities Act and the building standards that go into implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act. Whenever I am talking about the subject of accessibility design and universal design generally, I always tell folks from outside the industry and the practitioners as well that design has the opportunity to be such a great equalizer for all people, Americans and people around the world.

Hotel Business国语两人做人爱费视频 spoke with ForrestPerkins president Deborah Lloyd Forrest, an ASID fellow, about how the act has changed hospitality design and what its future effects will be.

Courtesy of ForrestPerkins

How do you believe the Americans with Disabilities Act has changed designing for hospitality projects?
国语两人做人爱费视频It has challenged our industry to achieve a true hospitality experience for all guests with full accessibility to all facilities that are offered.  Actually, the ADA and its updates have provided safer and better access to all ages and levels of mobility and disability.

国语两人做人爱费视频The physical improvements to hotels not only benefited people with permanent or progressive disabilities but also those with temporary accessibility issues, such as someone in a cast or using a wheelchair or walker temporarily due to a fall or other accident.

Devices such as strobes and other warning devices for hearing impaired guests, as well as electrical devices, drawer and door pulls, drapery and shade cords that could endanger young children are important aspects of the evolution of the ADA over the years. Many commonly specified elements of hospitality projects have been improved through innovation to adhere to the standards while elevating the look, feel and function of the product, thus the spaces we design.

A great example is the ubiquitous grab bar. There are now many options with beautiful materials such as teak rails incorporated into this highly functional and required item.

The photos both illustrate elegant ways to design ADA bathrooms that appeal to all guests without the negative aspects some attribute to staying in an ADA room or suite, according to Forrest. Plaza Hotel at Pioneer Square, El Paso, Texas: James Baigrie: james@jamesbaigrie.com

Do you have any examples in your career of how the requirements of the ADA have caused you to think differently about the design of a project? Have you come up with any unique solutions because of it? Implementing requirements of the ADA have become second nature at this point. We are always working with manufacturers to develop more pleasing and functional items that allow all guests?needs to be graciously and seamlessly provided for in all areas of the hotels we design.

How do you think the ADA will affect design as disabilities beyond the physical (cognitive, behavioral) are taken into consideration in future regulations? What the ongoing challenges to health and wellbeing made clear by the current pandemic, is the ADA, building codes and health regulations must quickly evolve to address safe, clean environments, indoor air quality with constantly filtered air, access to outdoor air such as operable windows, stricter regulations regarding self-serve food service, such as buffets and the like.

国语两人做人爱费视频ForrestPerkins recently envisioned the public restroom of the future based on the challenges of the pandemic for the NEWH Beyond COVID competition.

With social distancing and regular disinfecting now normalized, we were inspired to create a unique restroom experience with biophilic elements such as indoor gardens and water features, with generous space centered on completely self-contained, custom bathroom pods. Upon entry and exit, guests transition through seamless portals emitting UV cleansing light. Technology is used in wayfinding to help the user understand the layout, operation and occupancy of the space. The view into the restroom is opened up, the hygiene stations have become a feature to be experienced as you travel around a large, oval interior garden below a grand skylight bringing in the warmth and wellness provided only by the sun. As one travels into the pod chambers, they’re welcomed by a calming interior rain curtain and circular pool, which also helps to filter the air and provides a calming soundtrack to the senses.

国语两人做人爱费视频The pods incorporate touchless sensor and self-cleaning technologies and utilize anti-microbial finishes throughout. By design, these pods can stand alone, be positioned within a public space or even perhaps as a sculptural element in a beachside resort garden. The pod facade can be one of great sculptural value to any space.

The design of the pod interiors can be easily scaled to fit any market. We imagine the luxury pod to be one of immersive and choreographed experience, with welcoming messages, soft transition lighting controlled by sensors, individual temperature control, personalized music, and even voice-activated ability to request a weather update or even assistance should one feel ill. All surfaces are seamless for ease of cleaning and instantly convey safety and cleanliness.

The “plug-and-play?attribute of the pod design makes it flexible for a variety of applications—whether interior or exterior, traditional or “out of the box.?Not only would this reduce construction schedules and lead times, but it would provide an increased sense of calm and comfort for those using the facility while promoting health in a non-intrusive way. Regardless of the market application, the pod provides for a private, safe and curated experience—by definition, it is the new luxury we didn’t know we needed.

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NATIONAL REPORT—While The Lodging Conference was postponed this year due to COVID-19, the long-running conference presented a virtual event with Bernard Baumohl, chief global economist, The Economic Outlook Group LLC. Baumohl has been a regular speaker at The Lodging Conference since 1995 and is always selected by attendees as its top presenter. During the presentation, [...]

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NATIONAL REPORT—While The Lodging Conference was postponed this year due to COVID-19, the long-running conference presented a virtual event with Bernard Baumohl, chief global economist, The Economic Outlook Group LLC. Baumohl has been a regular speaker at The Lodging Conference since 1995 and is always selected by attendees as its top presenter. During the presentation, Baumohl gave his take on the current economic environment and the critical factors at play, including COVID-19, the fiscal stimulus package and the upcoming presidential election.

“We have to brace ourselves for what will unfold in the next several weeks and months in terms of the economy, the social environment and, certainly, the upcoming presidential election,” Baumohl said.

COVID-19
“The course of the virus is critical because we cannot fix the economy without first fixing the health crisis,” Baumohl said. “I know some people are a bit more upbeat these days because they’ve seen some positive economic reports, certainly with respect to the housing market, we’ve seen better numbers on retail sales and there’s obviously been for some industries a rebound in hiring. But, we have to be very careful here about having a false sense of security; an economic rebound is not the same thing as an economic recovery. It doesn’t tell us that we’re on a sustainable economic recovery course right now because the virus is still calling the shots and will until there is a vaccine.”

Baumohl laid out three potential scenarios: that a vaccine would become available in the first half of 2021; that one will be available later in 2021 or in 2022; and that a vaccine would never become available.

“Scenario one means you’ll still see a high rate of infection and fatalities into the fall, and it’s going to be compounded by the existence of the flu, which has in many respects similar symptoms as the coronavirus,” he said. “But if we are able to get a vaccine in the first half of 2021, that’s our most realistic optimistic scenario.

国语两人做人爱费视频“Scenario two, a bit less optimistic, obviously will result in far more casualties, more business failures, more people being laid off,” he continued. “Then, the probability of a recession is about 50% that we’ll have one in 2021.”

He added, “Scenario three is not meant to scare anybody, but it’s something we cannot dismiss: We have to be prepared for it. We cannot rule out the possibility that we’re going to have to live with this virus for a longer period of time and that is because perhaps a vaccine could prove elusive. After all, we’ve never had a vaccine for a coronavirus—not for SARS or MERS. It may take time. And for some viruses, there’s no vaccine. There’s no vaccine for HIV, for malaria, for tuberculosis for adults. If we do have that third scenario, then the economy is pretty much condemned to feeble growth for quite some time until there are lots of therapeutics out there or there’s herd immunity.”

国语两人做人爱费视频For the purposes of the forecast he presented, scenario one was chosen.

Fiscal Stimulus Package
With regard to the stimulus package, Baumohl said, “Both sides are obviously still far apart—so far apart, in fact, that they were not even able to pass a skinny package in the Senate. And yet, this fiscal package is absolutely crucial to keep the economy going. We are in a race against time. We need this financial bridge as a lifeline for businesses to keep them financially afloat and also to keep households whole. This package is crucial.”

国语两人做人爱费视频However, he is not optimistic that one will be passed before the presidential election. “Are we going to be seeing a package passed before the election? I’m beginning to have my doubts. Congress will have a recess beginning in October, return after Election Day, so I’m afraid we’re going to have to make the assumption that there is no emergency package to be passed before the election,” he said, noting that the divide isn’t just between Democrats and Republicans. “There is a lot of disagreement even within the Republican party as to how much should be spent. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the administration is perfectly satisfied having a package of $1.5 trillion, but there are a lot of other Republicans who want to see a much smaller package, so there’s that disagreement even within the Republican party.”

国语两人做人爱费视频Baumohl laid out why a package is so crucial. “State and local governments do need to have some emergency funding right now. Their coffers are decimated because of the coronavirus, tax revenues have plummeted, and 49 out of 50 states have a balanced budget amendment, so if they don’t get any fresh funding, they will have no choice but to slash payrolls—and that means cutting the payrolls of teachers, nurses, fire and police, less spending on public education,” he said. “The second critical area is the paycheck protection program. A lot of small and midsize companies relied on this program to bring back employees, to keep them working, and now, a lot of those funds have been depleted. I’m afraid more and more companies who relied on the program in the past are going to have to start to lay off those workers.”

国语两人做人爱费视频The third key point is the enhanced unemployment benefits, which expired at the end of July. “They were offering people who were collecting unemployment an additional $600 a week. I don’t expect the new package to have that amount, but I still think it is critical that there is a significant additional amount above what the state provides so that people can pay for food and shelter, so that they can also make their debt payments and go out and buy essentials,” he said. “I think the economy is going to hit an air pocket if we don’t get that enhanced unemployment benefit.”

And having that confident consumer is necessary to a healthy economy. “Consumers are the bedrock of the economy,” he said. “Consumers are under stress and I expect we will see a slowdown in the growth of consumer spending in the fourth quarter and into the first quarter of next year.”

He added, “There are some people who keep telling me, ‘It’s not all that bad for households; after all, look at the stock market.’ My answer is that despite all the talk regarding the euphoria people have over the stock market, the majority of Americans do not have skin in the game.”

国语两人做人爱费视频Baumohl noted that this uncertainty is reflected in the business outlook with corporate bankruptcies on track to be the most in 2020 that we’ve seen in a decade, and manufacturing output, while it has increased, not bringing back the workers. “We’re still about 800,000 fewer workers on the job than there were before the start of the pandemic,” he said.

Baumohl pointed to the airline industry. “In terms of air travel, it’s still about one-third of what it was prior to the pandemic. Airlines are burning through lots of cash?6 billion per month or $200 million per day—and they’ve announced recent layoffs,” he said. “When you see layoffs being announced now, it’s because these companies have come to the conclusion that the situation is not going to improve anytime soon. It is an acceptance that the coronavirus will continue to hang over the head of the economy for quite some time.”

Presidential Election
国语两人做人爱费视频 How will the presidential election affect the economy?

“This year, we’re looking at the economy contracting 4.9%,” he said, noting that one key factor for the years ahead will be the election. If Joe Biden wins the presidential election, he predicts economic growth will be 3.4% in 2021 and 4.3% in 2022. Should President Trump win the election, he predicts slower growth?.2% in 2021 and 2.6% in 2022. Both of these forecasts are based on the assumption that each president’s party would also control both houses of Congress.

Baumohl laid out the reasons why. “I’m expecting the first and second quarter of next year to be fairly weak. If it turns out that the infection rates and fatality rates are quite high, Biden has said that he is willing to introduce a modified shutdown if the numbers look bad and if the experts in the medical community recommend it,” he said. “This will have a depressing effect on the economy, but maybe not as bad as you would expect because at the same time, with a Democratic-controlled Senate and House, we’re expecting Congress to pass a much more generous fiscal stimulus program to provide that lifeline for businesses and households.”

国语两人做人爱费视频He also predicts that Biden would reappoint Jerome Powell as head of the Federal Reserve when his term expires in February 2022, a move that would calm U.S. and global financial markets, and a Biden administration would be focused on increasing spending on infrastructure, climate protection, education and expanded healthcare. He also expects Biden to reengage with international organizations like CPTPP, WHO, NATO, WTO and the Paris Climate Accord.

国语两人做人爱费视频“There will be a partial rollback of the 2017 Tax Act with corporate taxes going up from 21% to 28%, higher taxes on foreign profits by U.S.-based companies and also some higher taxes on high-income households, but there will be fairly significant tax cuts with low and middle income households,” he predicted.

“With respect to his policy toward China, I don’t see that much of a difference between Biden and Trump,” he said. “Biden and the Democratic party are going to be just as tough against China as Trump was, but the big difference is the strategy that the Biden administration will pursue. Trump went about going after China unilaterally, and I don’t think that created much progress. Instead, I’m expecting that Biden will find more leverage by seeking a coalition of countries that trade with China to go up against Beijing to get them to put even more pressure that way to get China to change  its behavior.

国语两人做人爱费视频“When you take all of these factors into consideration, there’s less chance of a disruption in the supply chain or in trade flows,” he said. “I think there’s less uncertainty about U.S. domestic policy and on U.S. foreign policy, and that provides a more conducive backdrop to business capital spending and to hiring. Those are the primary reasons why I see growth at the levels you see. That is faster than we see if President Trump wins a second term.”

国语两人做人爱费视频Baumohl laid out the reasons why the forecast for a Trump win is slower economic growth. “In a second term, President Trump is not going to feel any political pressures. He’s going to be focused on forging his legacy on the economy, on trade and deregulation,” he said.

“First, he’s going to be lowering taxes, most likely by permanently lowering the payroll tax… he’s going to dramatically increase spending on infrastructure, on border security and on defense,” Baumohl said.

国语两人做人爱费视频And, he noted, the White House has said one if its other top priorities in a second term is reducing the deficit. “If you take them at their word, the only plausible target that will help them achieve that goal is by going after social security benefits, Medicare and Medicaid,” he said. “If you do that, that can have a depressing effect on the economy.”

国语两人做人爱费视频Baumohl also doesn’t expect Trump to reappoint Powell as head of the Fed. “More likely, he’d want to have someone whose recommendations and policies will coincide more with the administration in their economic goals,” he said. “I expect President Trump will put in place someone who will actually entertain the possibility of a negative federal funds rate, and that is something Jerome Powell doesn’t see the effectiveness of, and certainly no one on the FOMC right now favors a negative federal funds rate—but President Trump may want to have somebody more sympathetic to that policy.”

国语两人做人爱费视频He continued, “In addition to that, with a second term, President Trump will be convinced he’s got a mandate to really intensify the trade pressure he can apply to China, so I expect trade tensions will intensify with respect to China. And, President Trump has said himself in the second term he will possibly ramp up new tariffs and put up new barriers to trade with respect to Europe as well.”

国语两人做人爱费视频“When you put all of this together, it does seem like there will be more concerns and disruptions on supply chains, on trade flows, more worries about geopolitical hot spots… and that is a backdrop that is not conducive to ramping up business capital spending,” he said.

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花心官方app,成年抖音app下载,玲珑视频Kalibri Labs: Demand Dips After Labor Day Weekend http://tenglongjinshu.com/kalibri-labs-demand-dips-after-labor-day-weekend/ http://tenglongjinshu.com/kalibri-labs-demand-dips-after-labor-day-weekend/#respond Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:51:40 +0000 http://tenglongjinshu.com/?p=202453 Kalibri Labs: Demand Dips After Labor Day Weekend - Hotel Business | Hotel Business

国语两人做人爱费视频NATIONAL REPORT—Kalibri Labs has released updated data from its COVID-19 Industry Health Dashboard, which is designed to provide critical insights to the hotel community as it weathers the storm of COVID-19. Among the highlights are the following: Total U.S. hotel demand was slightly lower week-over-week coming out of the Labor Day holiday week. This decline [...]

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NATIONAL REPORT—Kalibri Labs has released updated data from its COVID-19 Industry Health Dashboard, which is designed to provide critical insights to the hotel community as it weathers the storm of COVID-19.

Among the highlights are the following:

  • Total U.S. hotel demand was slightly lower week-over-week coming out of the Labor Day holiday week. This decline is perhaps more pronounced due to the previous holiday week comparison. Concurrently, the start of fall school semesters, whether remote or in-person, and the end of the traditional summer vacation season, most likely contributed to a week-over-week drop in demand.
  • Group demand continues to be depressed throughout the rest of 2020 and into Q1 2021.
  • It appears that business transient travelers have yet to either get approval to travel from their companies or are not yet prepared to head back on the road in large numbers.
  • Net purchased airline tickets continue a gradual progression upwards across the U.S. and most major markets. This indicates there is growing travel demand in the early part of the fall season.
  • Hotel closures remain relatively flat week-over-week.

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119adc视频网站,夜恋秀场安卓支持动漫,亚洲情综合五月天J.D. Power: Frontline Staff Key to Top Performance in Management http://tenglongjinshu.com/j-d-power-frontline-staff-key-to-top-performance-in-management/ http://tenglongjinshu.com/j-d-power-frontline-staff-key-to-top-performance-in-management/#respond Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:44:50 +0000 http://tenglongjinshu.com/?p=202434 J.D. Power: Frontline Staff Key to Top Performance in Management - Hotel Business | Hotel Business

TROY, MI—Even in the age of digitally enabled, contactless hotel bookings and hand-sanitized check-ins, a key element driving hotel guest satisfaction with third-party management companies is staff service. That’s the central finding of the new J.D. Power 2020 Third-Party Hotel Management Guest Satisfaction Benchmark. The company, for the first time, analyzed guest responses to more [...]

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TROY, MI—Even in the age of digitally enabled, contactless hotel bookings and hand-sanitized check-ins, a key element driving hotel guest satisfaction with third-party management companies is staff service. That’s the central finding of the new J.D. Power 2020 Third-Party Hotel Management Guest Satisfaction Benchmark.

The company, for the first time, analyzed guest responses to more than 150 questions about hotel experiences and benchmarks the performance of the top 11 third-party management companies with at least 14,000 rooms under management.

“Now, more than ever, when travelers have heightened concerns about health, safety, cleanliness and availability of amenities, it’s clear that a well-trained, courteous hotel staff can define a guest experience,?said Andrea Stokes, hospitality practice lead, J.D. Power. “Third-party operators that employ great talent are best equipped to provide excellent guest experiences across limited-service and full-service hotels alike. During this period when guest volume is lower than usual, hotel management companies have an opportunity to focus on staff education, review guest feedback and incorporate that feedback into training programs.?/p>

国语两人做人爱费视频Crestline Hotels & Resorts ranks highest in overall guest satisfaction, with a score of 861 (on a 1,000-point scale), performing particularly well for staff service upon guest arrival and departure, and for hotel facilities (safety/security, grounds, exterior maintenance, parking, etc.). Atrium Hospitality (860) and Pyramid Hotel Group (860) rank second in a tie.

“This tremendous accolade is a direct reflection on our incredible team of associates who work hard each and every day to assure that our guests experience excellent service,?said James Carroll, president/CEO, Crestline. “To receive the highest score in this benchmark is the ultimate testament to the difference Crestline takes in our management approach. Service is woven into the fabric of our culture, and this extends beyond our guests to include our hotel owners, partners, investors and associates. At the end of the day, it is great service that leads to successful and profitable hotels.?/p>

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LONDON—Travel marketplace Skyscanner has released a new report titled, ‘The New World of Travel.’ Bringing together extensive global flight search data and expert opinion, the report explores travel and aviation trends impacting the sector right now. Moshe Rafiah, Skyscanner’s CEO said of the report’s publication, “Where they are able and willing, travelers are pioneering new [...]

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LONDON—Travel marketplace Skyscanner has released a new report titled, ‘The New World of Travel.’ Bringing together extensive global flight search data and expert opinion, the report explores travel and aviation trends impacting the sector right now.

Moshe Rafiah, Skyscanner’s CEO said of the report’s publication, “Where they are able and willing, travelers are pioneering new ways to explore the world. Whether it’s shortening the timeframe in which they plan and take a trip, tackling complex risk assessments before deciding to travel, or expecting previously unseen levels of clarity to ensure confidence in their booking, the new shape of travel is emerging. As an industry we have a unique opportunity to not only help travelers navigate this new world, but to work collaboratively to ensure a swift, safe and sustainable recovery.”

Global Travel Trends
国语两人做人爱费视频 Analysis of Skyscanner’s data reveals three seismic shifts in the way travelers are searching for flights in 2020: one-way, domestic and within a month. Global searches for one-way travel peaked in March but continue to trend upward, with the share of searches in August growing by 11% compared to 2019. Last month, the share of searches for domestic travel has increased (13%) globally against a backdrop of changing travel restrictions. And amid ongoing uncertainty, travelers are looking to get away in much shorter timeframes with booking windows of under one week more popular this year than ever before (12% increase in share of searches compared to 2019).

Economics of Travel
国语两人做人爱费视频 24% of Europeans believe it is safe to travel internationally now, compared to 21% of travelers in the Americas and just 10% in Asia-Pacific. Search patterns for domestic, regional and international flights reflect this sentiment and point towards a multispeed recovery, tied to the global economy and driven by low-cost carriers. Skyscanner’s executives predict that LCCs will have the fastest route to recovery, owing to their business operations and point to point models. At the same time, the decline in business travel revenues for full-service carriers points to an uncertain future for this fare class and a need for innovation.

John Strickland, aviation expert/director of JLS consulting said, “Low-cost carriers have a cost base that allows them to offer competitive pricing which, when combined with creative ancillary revenues, means they’re able to attract customers profitably where other carriers can’t. The strongest LCCs also have the liquidity to survive for an extensive period—a year or more—even if most or all of their capacity is grounded. They are ready to jump in with new routes rapidly, wherever they see an opportunity, when other airlines cut back or fail. They have the advantage of wide geographic arenas of operation and can move capacity around opportunistically.”

New Shape of Travel
国语两人做人爱费视频 Research reveals that sustainable travel concerns are no longer top of mind for many travelers. But as destinations previously suffering from over-tourism begin to re-open, the sector has a unique opportunity to redesign old travel patterns and rearchitect the tourism industry for the benefit of local communities, the environment and travelers alike. Skyscanner is pioneering new ways to encourage more sustainable and meaningful trips, as the new shape of travel emerges.

David Goodger, managing director EMEA of Tourism Economics division of Oxford Economics said, “Over tourism was a growing concern for many destinations in the years to 2019, however, this year’s sharp fall in travel activity highlights the economic benefits that this activity supported. Demand is expected to return in coming years and should surpass 2019 levels again by 2024 in most destinations, albeit without a full return to pre-coronavirus growth trends. All stakeholders need to carefully consider the sustainable level of travel activity for their destination balancing the revenue and jobs supported by the sector against overcrowding and environmental concerns.”

Psychology of Travel
A new decision-making process has emerged amongst those willing to travel and it relates to their individual appetite to risk. Factors across five categories—health, financial, social, ethical and recreational are now top of mind. This is shaping a new demographic of travelers—male travelers are more likely to book than female (54%) and those with children are more likely to book than those without (55%) according to Skyscanner’s COVID-19 traveler sentiment data.

Travelers are reacting in real-time to the latest information about border and movement restrictions. In August when the U.K. government added Portugal to the country’s safe travel list, bookings spiked more than 2000% immediately following the announcement. 85% of travelers surveyed said they would be more likely to travel internationally if airport testing was in place. With health factors currently one of the biggest barriers to booking, restoring trust and confidence through clarity is essential for the sector’s recovery.

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久久热最新地址获取,萌呦呦导航,adc影院0adc影库年龄JLL Survey: U.S. to Reach 2019 RevPAR Levels in 3.7 Years http://tenglongjinshu.com/jll-survey-u-s-to-reach-2019-revpar-levels-in-3-7-years/ http://tenglongjinshu.com/jll-survey-u-s-to-reach-2019-revpar-levels-in-3-7-years/#respond Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:30:48 +0000 http://tenglongjinshu.com/?p=202436 JLL Survey: U.S. to Reach 2019 RevPAR Levels in 3.7 Years - Hotel Business | Hotel Business

INTERNATIONAL REPORT—JLL has released the findings of its 21st semi-annual Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey (HISS), which  provides a perspective on the current state of the lodging industry and highlights investor expectations related to investment activity and hotel performance. The idea of being comfortable operating under a “new normal?was reiterated by JLL’s findings in the [...]

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INTERNATIONAL REPORT—JLL has released the findings of its 21st semi-annual Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey (HISS), which  provides a perspective on the current state of the lodging industry and highlights investor expectations related to investment activity and hotel performance.

The idea of being comfortable operating under a “new normal?was reiterated by JLL’s findings in the HISS, with nearly 40% of investors indicating that for investment activity to pick-up, occupancy will need to be within 60% to 70% of 2019 levels.

At the onset of the pandemic, prognosticator consensus suggested the industry would recover in two to three years, while most now expect the industry recovery to take slightly longer, with up to a four-year timeline. However, certain hotels are outperforming and may bounce back sooner. For example, extended-stay and economy hotels. For the week ending Aug. 22 in the U.S., the economy hotel class saw demand recover to 91% of the average weekly demand observed in 2019. Further, as we continue to see the number of COVID cases rise and different countries/markets emerge as hotspots, we realize that recovery timelines will also vary region by region. In fact, the HISS revealed that global investors expect their property/portfolio RevPAR to return to 2019 levels at a quicker pace across APAC (2.5 years), followed by EMEA (3 years) and, lastly, North America (3.7 years). These expectations are likely influenced by the number of COVID-19 cases per region. 

To support the lodging industry’s recovery efforts, global investors in the HISS indicated that lender support and government support on payroll responsibilities are the top two most impactful measures in providing relief to the industry. Indeed, we witnessed several governments step-up in unprecedented ways by implementing robust fiscal and monetary policies to lend support to hoteliers. But until a vaccine is widely available, the lodging industry’s performance will remain stagnant. Additional aid in the form of stimulus packages will be necessary to bolster it.

During the second quarter of the year, hoteliers focused on asset management and lender outreach as they sought to negotiate forbearance periods. The shift away from hotel acquisitions was evident in H1 2020 global transaction volume, with activity falling 51% relative to the same period in 2019. With Q3 well underway, JLL anticipates another phase of loan restructuring and for activity to concentrate on rescue capital and note sales. This trend is supported by the HISS results, where investors indicated their appetite for hotel acquisitions has moderated. In fact, only 24% of respondants noted that they are active in the market, down from 40% pre-COVID-19. It’s expected investor sentiment will begin to shift toward deal sourcing in Q4 and into 2021 as the pipeline of hotels available for sale is revitalized and the opportunity to acquire assets at a significant discount to replacement costs becomes more pronounced.

By year-end 2019, $3.7 billion in closed-end private funds was raised globally in hotel-focused vehicles, representing a 35% compounded annual growth rate relative to 2015 levels. With record level of dry powder on hand, private equity firms are preparing to pounce on distressed assets that come to market, driving the bulk of liquidity as activity picks up. Foreign investors are also expected to be providers of liquidity, particularly in the U.S., as a sharp drop in the cost of currency hedging is making U.S. real estate much more affordable. Notably, in the HISS, investors indicated that despite embracing a domestic-focused investment strategy over the next six months, Europe and North America remain top of mind for foreign hotel acquisitions.

JLL’s 21st semi-annual Hotel Investment Sentiment Survey offers unique insights and perspectives on future investment trends. The survey was sent to over 1,000 global clients in June.

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MINNEAPOLIS—HospitalityVIEW, a new working group of global hotel industry executives, was formed to deliver high-level insights into the future of hospitality innovation. Powered by IDeaS, provider of revenue management software and services, HospitalityVIEW (Visionary Industry Executive Working group) launched with its first virtual meeting on September 17. Alex Dichter, senior partner at McKinsey and Company, [...]

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HospitalityVIEW Launches, Brings Together Industry Execs for High-Level Insights - Hotel Business | Hotel Business

MINNEAPOLIS—HospitalityVIEW, a new working group of global hotel industry executives, was formed to deliver high-level insights into the future of hospitality innovation. Powered by IDeaS, provider of revenue management software and services, HospitalityVIEW (Visionary Industry Executive Working group) launched with its first virtual meeting on September 17.

国语两人做人爱费视频Alex Dichter, senior partner at McKinsey and Company, delivered opening trend remarks. Klaus Kohlmayr, chief evangelist at IDeaS, moderated the discussion, reaching a consensus that technology innovation will be a driving force to lead the industry out of the current downturn and into a transformed, but bright, strong and sustainable future for travel and hospitality. In partnership with key industry publications and organizations, HospitalityVIEW will share its unique thought-leadership insights with the wider industry on an ongoing basis. The next group meeting is scheduled for December 2020.

Charter members participating in the group’s first meeting included the following:

    •  Jon Bortz, CEO, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust
    • Tom Corcoran, president/CEO, TCOR Hotel Partners
    • Sloan Dean, CEO, Remington Hotels
    • Alex Dichter, senior partner, McKinsey and Company
    • Chris Hemmeter, principal, Thayer Ventures
    • Shane O’Flaherty, global director of travel, transportation and hospitality, Microsoft
    • Shyam Patil, internet equity analyst, Susquehanna Group International
    • Kristen Richter, Sonder
    • Dave Roberts, adjunct professor, Cornell School of Hotel Administration
    • Michelle Russo, founder and CEO, HotelAVE
    • Prakash Shukla, managing partner, Wayfare Ventures
    • Rachel Spasser, managing director and chief marketing officer, Accel-KKR
    • Cinn Tan, chief commercial officer, Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts
    • Ravi Mehrotra, president, founder and chief scientist ?IDeaS
    • Klaus Kohlmayr, chief evangelist ?IDeaS

Kohlmayr said, “We are delighted to host this unique group of industry leaders for an unbridled discussion of where the hotel industry is—and where it is going. While there is still much to diagnose about how lodging will recover from this unprecedented downturn, the history of our industry is a story of evolution driven by disruption and resilience. It is clear technology innovation is the key to managing margin pressures, responding effectively to the challenges of the COVID era and moving hoteliers forward. Our first meeting set an important foundation with insights from technology, investment, ownership and management, which will carry the conversation into the future.?/p>

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NATIONAL REPORT—Hotels that are opening soon, or have already opened, in the U.S. include Yotel’s reimagining of the Liaison Washington Capitol Hill, a Cuban-inspired boutique hotel in Florida and more. Yotel Washington DC Yotel’s first acquired hotel, the Yotel Washington DC, is expected to open this fall after a reconstruction and remodel of the former [...]

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NATIONAL REPORT—Hotels that are opening soon, or have already opened, in the U.S. include Yotel’s reimagining of the Liaison Washington Capitol Hill, a Cuban-inspired boutique hotel in Florida and more.

Yotel Washington DC
Yotel’s first acquired hotel, the Yotel Washington DC, is expected to open this fall after a reconstruction and remodel of the former Liaison Washington Capitol Hill.  The hotel will offer 136 Premium King cabins and 241 First Class cabins, along with more than  21,000 sq. ft. of adaptable meetings & events spaces. 

The property will maintain the Art and Soul restaurant, which has also been renovated, and a rooftop pool and bar will make its debut in spring 2021.

Hotel Haya
Aparium Hotel Group will be opening the Cuban-inspired Hotel Haya in Ybor City, FL, on Sept 24. Located in a landmarked district northeast of downtown Tampa known as the “Cigar Capital of the World,?the property is inspired by its namesake, Ignacio Haya, a pioneer in the cigar industry.

The project fuses two historic buildings with integrated new-build construction—the Las Novedades building, Tampa’s oldest restaurant built in 1890, and the Warren Building, where Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders are rumored to have haunted. The largest property in the Aparium Hotel Group portfolio, Hotel Haya will offer 178 guestrooms, most of which feature balconies. Designed by Ybor City’s Alfonso Architects Incorporated, the hotel will include a secluded courtyard pool and a number of meetings and event spaces, including a 4,000-sq.-ft. ballroom, and three F&B venues.

Hampton Inn & Suites Charlotte Northlake
Daly Seven Inc. has opened the Hampton Inn & Suites Charlotte Northlake. The 130-room hotel offers complimentary hot breakfast, currently being served individually packed for each guest; personal nooks and a business center; a fitness center; meeting space; and a Treat Shop with local F&B offerings and personal care items.

The property is located off I-485, less than a mile from the Northcrest Shopping Center and Northlake Mall. Nearby attractions include golf at Sunset Hills and Oak Hills Golf Club, and Mountain Island Lake. 

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国语两人做人爱费视频ATLANTA—A trio of African American business leaders have formed U.S. Diversity Group LLC, a real estate owner, development and management firm offering investment opportunities through its hotel fund for the acquisition and management of properties. It is the first SEC-registered hotel investment fund owned by African Americans. Led by CEO Dr. Velma Trayham, COO Toshia [...]

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U.S. Diversity Group Launches First African American-Owned Hotel Investment Fund - Hotel Business | Hotel Business

ATLANTA—A trio of African American business leaders have formed U.S. Diversity Group LLC, a real estate owner, development and management firm offering investment opportunities through its hotel fund for the acquisition and management of properties. It is the first SEC-registered hotel investment fund owned by African Americans.

国语两人做人爱费视频Led by CEO Dr. Velma Trayham, COO Toshia Posey and CFO Jacques Posey, U.S. Diversity Group is offering shares for as low as $500 a piece, removing a major barrier for African Americans and others to enter this lucrative and growing market.

“Less than 2% of hotel owners are black, so we are proud to provide the opportunity for investors in any income level to gain access to hotel ownership,?said Trayham. “This offering will present a real partnership for change in the lodging industry that will generate more new-construction projects, create jobs, allow investors the potential to achieve generational wealth with their families, and establish the next generation of hotels and hotelier.?/p>

U.S. Diversity Group has a unique and progressive model that eliminates debt structure and offers strong cash flow. The group is employing the following strategies to maximize the return on investment for investors:

  • Already approved by a major franchisor to develop new-construction, dual-brand hotels, the flagship property will be located in Orlando, FL
  • Will also target brand-affiliated hotels with high cash-flowing assets and acquire distressed properties in growing metropolitan markets
  • Implement value-add asset management through repositioning strategies and execution of successful fundraising
  • Acquire nonperforming loan (NPL) pools at deep discounts to current hotel values
  • Both accredited and non-accredited investors may apply
  • Investor partners will get a 65% share of profit from the fund

“We’re providing unique opportunities for individuals, especially African Americans, to invest in hotel real estate,?said Toshia Posey, who has served in the hospitality industry for more than 25 years and is a realtor with a national brokerage firm. “Whether your interests are personal, professional or philanthropic, we offer three investment options that allow you to create social impact through ownership. Using vertically integrated asset management, property management and creative services, we plan to turn our hotels into profit-generation centers for investors.?/p>

Jacques Posey, who has served in the accounting and finance industry for more than 25 years, added, “We truly believe this is an ideal moment to launch the first fund that gives African Americans the opportunity for hotel ownership. First, it’s an opportune time to develop the company’s assets and structure while the lodging industry heads toward a recovery. Second, the private equity real estate industry has experienced favorable market conditions amid increasing demand for exposure in recent years. And third, new legislation that enabled equity crowdfunding allows funds like ours to make strategic hotel industry investment possible for individuals from a variety of economic circumstances.?/p>

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LONDON—The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has revealed that 100 destinations are now using its Safe Travels stamp, with the Philippines becoming the official 100th destination. The stamp, which was developed in order to help restore confidence in travelers and work to revive an ailing travel & tourism sector, is now also being used [...]

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国语两人做人爱费视频LONDON—The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has revealed that 100 destinations are now using its Safe Travels stamp, with the Philippines becoming the official 100th destination. The stamp, which was developed in order to help restore confidence in travelers and work to revive an ailing travel & tourism sector, is now also being used by many more major holiday destinations such as the Maldives, Bermuda, Namibia, Uganda and Montenegro.

国语两人做人爱费视频The specially designed stamp enables travelers to recognize destinations around the world that have adopted health and hygiene global standardized protocols. The launch of global protocols to recover the travel & tourism sector have been embraced by more than 200 CEOs, including some of the world’s major tourism groups.

“We are delighted to see our innovative initiative is proving such a great success and is being used by destinations from all corners of the globe,” said Gloria Guevara, WTTC president/CEO. “The 100 destinations which now proudly use the stamp are working together to help rebuild consumer confidence worldwide. We welcome the Philippines, an incredible destination and home to some of the world’s most beautiful islands, as our 100th destination, as well as other popular destinations around the globe such as Turkey, Egypt, Indonesia and Kenya.

“As the stamp continues to gain in popularity, travelers will more easily be able to recognize the destinations worldwide which have adopted the new set of global protocols, encouraging the return of safe travels around the world,” she continued. “The success of the Safe Travels stamp shows its importance not only to countries and destinations, but also to travelers and the 330 million people around the world who work in and depend on a thriving travel & tourism sector.”

Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Philippine Secretary of Department of Tourism said, “I wish to thank WTTC for recognizing our efforts of putting in place policies concerning health, safety and sanitation protocols, which we have benchmarked with global best practices and aligned with WTTC’s standards. The Safe Travels stamp will further encourage our stakeholders to adhere to health and safety standards, and will also help us rebuild traveler confidence, so we can restart tourism and preserve and sustain jobs.”

国语两人做人爱费视频The protocols follow guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as best practices from WTTC’s members.

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