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Coronavirus: Impact on the Hospitality Industry

All eyes are on the spreading coronvirus, COVID-19. Here you can follow the development and the impact of the coronavirus on the Hospitality Industry. Visit the WHO | World Health Organization for more information about the virus.

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Market Recovery Monitor - 15 January 2022

U.S. hotel performance continued to meander with occupancy remaining below 50% for a second straight week during 9-15 January. At 48.8%, occupancy was in the bottom third of comparable weeks going back to 2000.

HVS Market Pulse: Arlington, Virginia

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on the Arlington, Virginia, and greater Washington, D.C. region’s lodging markets. Although a substantial amount of leisure demand was present in 2021, Arlington’s lodging market has remained depressed overall for nearly two years given the limited commercial, government, and group demand.

Market Recovery Monitor - 8 January 2022

The first week of 2022 (2-8 January) was somewhat typical for a first week in January. U.S. hotel industry occupancy dipped to 45.4%, which was eight percentage points lower than what it was in the comparable week of 2019 but eight percentage points higher than a year ago.

Market Recovery Monitor - 1 January 2022

“I’ll be home for Christmas” rang true this year in the U.S. as Christmas Day hotel occupancy (47.3%) was the highest ever recorded by STR. The previous Christmas peak was reached in 2015 (47.0%). The remainder of the holidays were strong as well, but not record-setting in terms of occupancy.

Market Recovery Monitor - 11 December 2021

For the first time in 85 weeks, New York City led the nation in occupancy (81%) as visitors returned to partake in the city’s holiday traditions and attractions. The market reported the nation’s highest weekday occupancy (79%) and the second highest weekend level (89%)—Bergen/Passaic, NJ edged out NYC for the top weekend spot.

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CBRE Expects Lodging Revenue Per Available Room Recovery by Mid-2023

Average daily rate (ADR) gains and a 35.1% year-over-year increase in hotel occupancy in Q3 showed demand for U.S. hotel stays endured in the face of the Delta variant. Continued improvement in domestic travel and the rollback of many international travel restrictions have led CBRE to revise its forecast significantly upward in the near- and medium-term.

Market Recovery Monitor - 4 December 2021

In a somewhat typical post-Thanksgiving week (28 November-4 December), U.S. hotel occupancy rose from the previous week to 54.8%. Occupancy indexed to 2019 was 91, which was good but lower than the previous three weeks.

Market Recovery Monitor - 27 November 2021

Thanksgiving week for the U.S. hotel industry was record-breaking by all measures. Weekly occupancy topped 53%, which was 2.3 percentage points higher than the holiday week in 2019 and nearly a point higher than the previous record achieved in 2018.

Increasing COVID-19 cases dent consumer travel sentiment

As COVID-19 cases rise in many parts of the world, especially Europe, the travel industry may be set for another period of disruption as winter encroaches and traveler sentiment worsens. Uncertainty in recent days has mounted further as the new Omicron variant has spread quickly, leading to many countries reimposing COVID restrictions.

Lodging Market Overview: Bend, Oregon

In a 2019 article, we highlighted the foundations of the Bend, Oregon, market. As a recap, Bend is a drive-to destination situated east of the Cascade mountain range in Central Oregon that enjoys nearly 300 days of sunshine per year, making it an attractive leisure destination for Portland and Seattle residents.

PwC: US Average daily rate expected to drive RevPAR next year to 93% of 2019 levels

The US lodging industry continued to benefit from an outsized improvement in leisure demand through the summer months. As kids headed back to school, individual business travel and group demand that historically replaces summer leisure business post Labor Day has yet to surface, with office re openings pushed later into 2021 or early 2022 as a result of the delta variant of the virus.

U.S. Market Recovery Monitor - 13 November 2021

The U.S. hotel industry saw its largest week-over-week demand gain since early October with 704,000 more room nights sold for the week ending 13 November 2021. Weekly demand has increased in 21 of the past 33 weeks and the most recent week’s gain was the 10th largest in that span.

HVS Seminar replay: Resetting the Balance Sheet to be Fit for Recovery

The theme of the latest in the series of seminars hosted by HVS together with legal expert Bird & Bird, publishing group EP Business in Hospitality and restructuring advisory firm AlixPartners was resetting the hotel balance sheet to be fit for the recovery, and fittingly was the first in the series to be held as a hybrid event, with some 60 participants gathering in person in central London, while an international audience watched and asked questions over zoom.

How have Europe’s hotels fared during the pandemic?

In August 2021, Tranio joined forces with the International Hotel Investment Forum (IHIF) to conduct a joint survey on the impact the global COVID-19 pandemic has had on the hospitality sector since March 2020, and to zero in on what we can expect from the market going forward.

CBRE's U.S. Hotels' State of the Union - September 2021

Key Takeaways - The occupancy recovery has flat-lined and RevPAR gains have lost some momentum as we head into fall. - International travel restrictions continue to benefit U.S. hotels and the bulk of inbound travelers are now coming from Latin America, a meaningful change since prior to the pandemic.

Tourism After Lockdown: Current Travel Barriers

Regions around the world continue to see increased pandemic-related challenges, with the situation varying greatly by country. Fortunately, more than 4.6 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered in more than 190 countries, providing the tourism and hospitality industry a much-needed confidence boost, especially during the current summer months.

Tourism After Lockdown: Temperature Check On Travel

The prospects for a swift tourism recovery have been dealt a blow in recent months as the Delta variant has spread rapidly across many parts of the world. While vaccination rates have continued growing in most developed countries, rising COVID-19 cases have forced some governments to reimpose restrictions or, at the very least, slow plans for reopening their economies.

Horwath HTL Market Report: Ireland Hotel Market Trends & Analysis

In 2019, the tourism industry in Ireland was valued at over €9bn to the economy, with overseas visitor numbers at their highest-ever level at 10.8m. Similar to other countries, COVID-19 has had an extreme impact on the tourism sector, with a lack of international visitors and restrictions on hospitality, tourism and leisure businesses.

U.S. Market Recovery Monitor – 19 June 2021

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Outside Of North America, Hotel Industry Recovery Is Sporadic

While the recovery varies widely, global hotel performance has shown signs of improvement across most world regions. From roadmaps to reopening across Europe to travel bubbles between key Asia Pacific markets and the overachieving Middle East in between, most of the world's hoteliers have started to finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Event Replay: World Tourism Forum - Lucerne Online Meetup Session #1 - 29 April 2021

Now is the time to talk about the future, challenge the past and come up with new business models. Join our first free 90-minute Online Meetup to hear from speakers such as Guy Parmelin (Switzerland's President and Member of the Federal Council), Nadia Fettah Alaoui, (Morocco's Minister of Tourism), futurist Matthias Horx, and CEOs Marcus Bernhardt and Johannes Reck.

Tourism After Lockdown: Travel Barriers

STR's Tourism Consumer Insights team has been keeping a close eye on traveler and tourism trends as the industry moves through the most optimistic point of the pandemic. The twists and turns of the COVID-19 pandemic have contributed to seismic changes in tourism.

U.S. Market Recovery Monitor – 3 April 2021

Week Ending 3 April 2021 : Weekly RevPAR rose to US$65.34, which was a 4.2% increase week over week and the industry’s highest level of the past 56 weeks when indexed to 2019. RevPAR has increased week over week all but three times this year.

Tourist Arrivals Down 87% In January 2021 As UNWTO Calls For Stronger Coordination To Restart Tourism

The devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global tourism has carried on into 2021, with new data showing an 87% fall in international tourist arrivals in January as compared to 2020. The outlook for the rest of the year remain cautious as the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) continues to call for stronger coordination on travel protocols between countries to ensure the safe restart of tourism and avoid another year of massive losses for the sector.

Horwath HTL Market Report: Bali Hotels & Hotel Residences

One year after the pandemic decimated global tourism, Horwath HTL Indonesia and C9 Hotelworks, take a quick look at full year 2020 hotel market performance and demand trends in Bali.Bali hotels have struggled to keep afloat, domestic tourism has provided a lifeline but hotel performance hit rock bottom.

Horwath HTL Market Report: US Lodging Market Update: Nov 2020

In the November edition of the Lodging Market Overview by Horwath HTL Atlanta, Weekly Room Night Demand continued to decline after losing nearly 3 million rooms sold between October and November. In addition, the number of Weekly Rooms Supply reporting saw its first decline of around 150,000 rooms in November after six months of continuous recovery.

Cost control at NH Hotel Group ketp recurring loses at €371 million despite the €1.18 billion revenue drop

NH Hotel Group reported revenue of €539.7 million in 2020, compared to €1.72 billion in 2019, a year-on-year decline of 68.6%, or €1.18 billion. The contingency plan rolled out by the Company from the onset of the pandemic, focused on cash preservation and cost control, successfully mitigated 60% of the impact of the drastic revenue drop at net result.

PwC's Manhattan Lodging Index: Q4 2020

Declines in occupancy and revenue per available room ("RevPAR") continued to accelerate across Manhattan during the fourth quarter, as the COVID-19 pandemic curbed both holiday tourism and commercial traveler demand to the city.

Hilton Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. ("Hilton" or the "Company") (NYSE: HLT) today reported its fourth quarter and full year 2020 results. The following results reflect the material impact that the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19") pandemic has had on Hilton's business.

Hyatt Reports Fourth Quarter 2020 Results

Hyatt Hotels Corporation ("Hyatt" or the "Company") (NYSE: H) today reported fourth quarter 2020 financial results. Net loss attributable to Hyatt was $203 million, or $2.00 per diluted share, in the fourth quarter of 2020, compared to net income attributable to Hyatt of $321 million, or $3.

Canadian Lodging Outlook Quarterly 2020-Q4

HVS and STR are pleased to provide you with the quarterly report of the Canadian Lodging Outlook. Each report includes occupancy (occ), average daily rate (ADR), and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for six major markets.

COVID-19’s Impact on the New Orleans Lodging Market

Amid a worldwide pandemic, the lodging industry is facing a downturn that is greater than the past two lodging-market declines combined. Occupancy declined for two years (roughly five points per year) following the landfall of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, despite the decline in supply due to long-lasting storm damage.

COVID-19’s Impact on the Portland Lodging Market

Amid a worldwide pandemic, the lodging industry is facing a downturn that is greater than the past two lodging-market declines combined. Our estimate is that local occupancy declined from the 2019 benchmark of roughly 74% to 35% in 2020, reflecting a 53-point correction, while ADR declined 25% ($137 to $103).

Miami Short-Term Rentals Outperformed In December

Miami's short-term rental sector posted its best overall performance since the beginning of the pandemic, according to December 2020 data from STR. Miami short-term rentals, along with those in Nashville and Pennsylvania, reported occupancy levels higher than hotels in their respective markets.

U.S. hotel profits fell 84.6% in 2020

Including a 100.6% decline in December, U.S. hotel profitability fell 84.6% in 2020, according to STR's latest monthly P&L data release. December gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) came in worse than any month since June in both absolute terms and year-over-year comparisons.

STR, TE slightly downgrade latest U.S. hotel forecast

Worsened pandemic metrics and assumptions of limited early-year travel led STR and Tourism Economics to slightly downgrade their latest U.S. hotel forecast. Full recovery of demand remains on track for 2023, while close-to-complete RevPAR recovery is still projected for 2024.

AH&LA Report: US Hotel And Travel Outlook In 2021

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today released "AHLA's State of the Hotel Industry 2021" outlining the forecasted state of the hotel industry in 2021 and into the immediate future. The report examines the high-level economics of the hotel industry's recovery, the specific impact on and eventual return of business travel, and consumer travel sentiments.

STR: 2020 officially the worst year on record for U.S. hotels

The U.S. hotel industry reported all-time lows in occupancy and revenue per available room (RevPAR), according to year-end 2020 data from STR. In addition to historically low absolute levels in the aforementioned metrics, average daily rate (ADR) came in lower than any year since 2011.

Kalibri Labs Ahead of the Curve: Miami, FL

Boston's occupancy levels have been generally stable and well above their 20-year average since 2011. The year-end 2019 level of 75.6% was meaningfully higher than the longer-term average of 70.2%. RevPAR increased at an average annual rate of less than 0.

China Much Closer to Recovering ADR Than Europe and the U.S.

In April 2020, as part of the significant economic damage caused by COVID-19, hotel average daily rate (ADR) in China, Europe, and the United States dropped 40% below pre-pandemic levels. Since that point, rates in all three regions have improved, but hotels in China are much closer to reaching pre-pandemic ADR.

BLLA Releases the 2020 Boutique Hotel Sentiment Survey

The Boutique Lifestyle Leaders Association (BLLA), continues to meet its goal of providing clarity to the boutique hotel industry through research and surveys. This 8th annual Boutique Hotel Sentiment Survey included questions relating to operational changes addressing COVID-19 as well as having a shorter questionnaire, factoring in the industry's intense challenges this year.

Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index jumped 31.0% in November

The Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index was up 31.0% in November to a level of 4,354. Year to date through the first 11 months of 2020, the stock index was down 17.4%. "Election clarity and several positive vaccine updates caused a sharp reversal in investor expectations and led to significant outperformance for hotel stocks during November," said Michael Bellisario, senior hotel research analyst and director at Baird.

Deloitte reports update on the leisure sector

Despite registering a weak uptick for the second consecutive quarter, the Deloitte consumer confidence index continued to trend at record low levels in Q3 2020. The index gained one percentage point quarter on quarter, to -16%, as the partial reopening of the hospitality sector helped to brighten the mood of consumers during the summer months.

Whitebridge APAC Hotels Monitor, Issue 7

First and foremost, we are delighted to welcome aboard our new first mate in producing the Monitor series, HotStats — the global navigators of hotel performance data. In an operating environment marked by depressed revenue and expense structure fluidity, charting the top line just doesn't cut it.

Canadian Lodging Outlook Quarterly 2020-Q3

HVS and STR are pleased to provide you with the quarterly report of the Canadian Lodging Outlook. Each report includes occupancy (occ), average daily rate (ADR), and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for six major markets.

NH Hotel Group reopens 75% of its hotels during the third quarter, maintains its cost base low and preserves nearly €500M in liquidity

Madrid - The swift reopening of hotels during the third quarter, with 75% of the portfolio open as of the end of September enabled NH Hotel Group to capture domestic demand across its key European destinations in the third quarter, so that revenue climbed from €30 million in the second quarter to €148 million in the third quarter.

Phuket’s Tourism High-Season Hopes Shattered in Policy Flip-flop

Thailand's leading resort island Phuket has come face-to-face with the reality that it is tourism high-season will not see a marked reopening to overseas travelers. In the wake of the dismantling of the 'Phuket Model' and refocus by the government on using Bangkok as a single international gateway, there is increasing alarm over the lack of a path forward for the island's rice bowl-tourism.

Hyatt Reports Third-Quarter 2020 Results

Hyatt Hotels Corporation ("Hyatt" or the "Company") (NYSE: H) today reported third-quarter 2020 financial results. Net loss attributable to Hyatt was $161 million, or $1.59 per diluted share, in the third quarter of 2020, compared to net income attributable to Hyatt of $296 million, or $2.

Hilton Reports Third Quarter Results

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. ("Hilton" or the "Company") (NYSE: HLT) today reported its third quarter 2020 results. The following results reflect the material impact that the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19") pandemic has had on Hilton's business.

Scandic’s Interim Report Q3 2020 – Slow Recovery

Scandic's adjusted EBITDA improved compared with the previous quarter, increasing to a slight positive result, supported by low operating costs and government support. Occupancy was 36 percent, only half of what was normal earlier and below what is needed for sustained profitability.

PwC UK Hotels Forecast 2020 - 2021

In the bleakest outlook since benchmarking began, hotel occupancy rates in 2021 are forecast to be 55% across the UK, and could take four years to return to pre COVID-19 levels. This is a stark reality for a once optimistic industry, which had seen a decade of growth post the global financial crisis.

Japan Regional Markets: Recovery Leaders

As entry restrictions for international travelers in Japan remain in place, new trends in hotel performance have emerged. Recent data suggests a distinct preference for regional destinations, helped in part by the Japanese government's "Go to Travel" campaign to promote domestic travel and help boost local businesses.

Third Quarter Trading Update to 30 September 2020

Keith Barr, Chief Executive Officer, InterContinental Hotels Group PLC, said: "Trading improved in the third quarter, although progress continues to vary by region. RevPAR declined 53%, compared to a 75% decline in the prior quarter, while occupancy was 44%, up from 25% in Q2.

Q3 2020 revenue: 329 million euros down 63.7% like-for-like

Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Accor, said: "Our performances during the third quarter point to a marked recovery of business during the summer season. The worst of the crisis is now behind us, but our main markets are still substantially affected by the measures rolled out to combat the health crisis.

Tourism After Lockdown: Taking the Pulse of Travel

STR's Tourism Consumer Insights team has been keeping a close eye on consumer trends around the industry during this truly unprecedented time. The twists and turns of the COVID-19 pandemic have contributed to seismic changes in tourism, which has included the cessation of international travel for some countries.

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