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Arlett Oehmichen

Director with HVS’s London office

Arlett Oehmichen

Arlett Oehmichen is a Director with HVS’s London office, specialising in hotel valuation and consultancy. Arlett joined HVS in 2006 after experience in the hotel investment industry as well as operational hotel experience. Arlett holds a Masters in Real Estate Investment and Finance from Reading University, UK and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS). She has extensive experience of feasibility studies and valuations throughout EMEA and, being a native German, she has worked in the German-speaking countries extensively.

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Insights by Arlett Oehmichen (10)

Germany - The Investor's Darling?

Compared to the vast majority of European countries, Germany's economy has boasted a strong performance over the past two to three years, both on an economic level and on a hotel performance level. Economic output has been showing above-average growth, despite the ongoing Eurozone debt crisis, which has led to a fundamental change in Germany's economic positioning within Europe over the past ten years.

The Increasing Importance of Branded Residences

Following the success of our recent article 'Here to Stay – an Overview of the European Serviced Apartment Sector', which gives a comprehensive overview of the European Serviced Apartment sector, we have spoken with industry experts to further explore the worldwide strategies and future growth opportunities of the major branded residence players globally.

Bargain Hunting for Luxury Hotels - A Comparison Of The Luxury Hotel Markets In Berlin, Prague And Warsaw

The capitals of three neighbouring countries – Berlin, Prague and Warsaw – have a reputation for being affordable destinations. These cities are also home to a large number of international-standard luxury properties, so guests might wonder, 'where can I get the best value for money?' To answer this question, we analysed the characteristics of the luxury hotel markets in these cities.

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