Industry Update
Opinion Article 1 March 2016

2016 European Hotel Valuation Index

By Sophie Perret, Director at the HVS London office. and Constance Biria, Consulting and Valuation Analyst at HVS

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2015 witnessed falling oil prices; terrorist attacks at the heart of Europe; the migrant crisis... but against this rather gloomy background, the hotel world saw record hotel transactions, record performance data, and a generally upbeat mood. 2015 witnessed falling oil prices; terrorist attacks at the heart of Europe; the migrant crisis... but against this rather gloomy background, the hotel world saw record hotel transactions, record performance data, and a generally upbeat mood.

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Sophie Perret

Sophie Perret is a senior director at the HVS London office. She joined HVS in 2003, following ten years’ operational experience in the hospitality industry in South America and Europe. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sophie holds a degree in Hotel Management from Ateneo de Estudios Terciarios, and an MBA from IMHI (Essec Business School, France and Cornell University, USA).

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Constance Biria

Constance Biria is a Consulting & Valuation Analyst with the HVS London office. Before graduating with an MSc in Management from London Business School, Constance received a double BSc (Hons) in International Hospitality Management and Finance from Glion Institute of Higher Education. Prior to joining HVS in 2015, she gained exposure in European luxury hotel operations and also worked in commercial banking and consulting.

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HVS is a leader in global hospitality financial consulting. Hotel owners, developers, investors, lenders, management companies, and public agencies around the world rely on HVS to make informed business decisions. HVS's commitment to excellence and unrivalled hospitality intelligence is delivered by more than 300 people in over 50 offices throughout the world who specialize in a wide range of hospitality assets including hotels, restaurants, casinos, shared ownership lodging, mixed-use developments, spas, and golf courses, as well as conventions, sports, and entertainment facilities. For more information about HVS visit https://hvs.com.

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