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Bomie Kim

Senior Project Manager, San Francisco

Bomie KimBomie Kim, a Senior Project Manager with the HVS office in San Francisco, has years of experience in consulting, finance and data analysis, which she puts to use in conducting feasibility studies, market studies, and valuations for hotels. Bomie gained hands-on hospitality experience at hotels in both the U.S. and Asia. She formerly worked in various front- and back-of-the-house roles at the Seoul Millennium Hilton in South Korea, as well as at the DoubleTree by Hilton Pudong and the Jianguo Hotel while studying abroad in Shanghai. Bomie earned a BS in Hotel Administration from the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University. Fluent in both English and her native Korean, Bomie also writes and speaks Mandarin.

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HVS Market Pulse: Napa Valley

Replete with world-renowned vineyards, wineries, and culinary experiences, Napa Valley has a stellar reputation as a top destination market both domestically and abroad. However, numerous wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic have affected the market.

HVS U.S. Hotel Franchise Fee Guide 2020

The HVS U.S. Hotel Franchise Fee Guide provides a comparative review of various hotel franchises based on their applicable franchise fees. The selection of an appropriate franchise affiliation affects a property's ability to compete in its local market, generate profits, and achieve a distinguished image and market orientation.

2019 U.S. Hotel Franchise Fee Guide

The HVS U.S. Hotel Franchise Fee Guide provides a comparative review of various hotel franchises based on their applicable franchise fees. The selection of an appropriate franchise affiliation affects a property's ability to compete in its local market, generate profits, and achieve a distinguished image and market orientation.

2016/17 United States Hotel Franchise Fee Guide

The selection of an appropriate franchise affiliation affects a property's ability to compete in its local market, generate profits, and achieve a desirable image and market orientation. Because the success of a hotel is based primarily on the cash flow generated, owners and lenders must weigh the benefits of a brand affiliation against the total cost of such a commitment.

Las Vegas Casino & Hotel Market Outlook 2016

Las Vegas lives on reputation. A city of enticement, its draws include world-renowned institutions and venues for gambling, dining, entertainment, conventions and meetings, and high-end shopping. Gaming, both in terms of visitors who come to gamble and gaming wins per visitor, is evidently in decline in the market.
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