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Why Good Food is Increasingly on the Menu at Hotels
April 27, 2017
By Natasha Stokes
Hotel restaurants are shedding their stuffy image, thanks to forward-thinking hoteliers who hope to attract food-savvy travelers with...
Data Centers Prepare for Tomorrow’s Zettabytes
March 9, 2017
Whether we’re watching a live video stream of a corporate update from our desks, managing a corporate photo database while flexi-working or settling down...
Why Prefab Building Methods Stack up for Hotels
March 3, 2017
By Natasha Stokes
Once the hallmark of budget hotel chains, modular construction is emerging as an efficient, low-waste technique for boutique and big-name...
Close to Home: Why U.S. Investors Want U.S. Hotels
March 1, 2017
by Laura Agadoni
If 2016 was all about overseas money flowing into the U.S. hotels sector then 2017 could well be the year of the domestic investor....
Bringing the Past to Life: The Future of Heritage Tourism in the U.S.
February 24, 2017
The excitement of amusement parks, interactive museums and ever-expanding zoos and aquariums has overshadowed heritage sites—but experiential technology...
What is the Outlook for Asia Pacific Hotel Investors in 2017?
February 22, 2017
Hong Kong, February 2017 - A report released by JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group reveals the flurry of mergers and acquisitions seen in 2016,...
International Hotels Expand Their Footprint in India
February 16, 2017
By Natalie Holmes
International hotel groups are boosting their presence in India, with big name brands set to open numerous properties across the country in...
Three Ways Technology is Making Waves in Construction
February 14, 2017
By Kelsey Burgess
From the drones buzzing round capturing footage of building sites to the latest computer software enabling ever closer...
Has South America’s Hotel Industry Weathered the Storm?
January 16, 2017
Recent years have been hard on hoteliers in many South American cities.
Falling prices for commodities such as oil and gas, currency devaluations and...
A New Climate for Sustainable Investment
January 3, 2017
By Jim McClelland
Not so long ago, sustainable investment was the preserve of an eco-conscious minority. Now attitudes are changing amid mounting evidence...
Total Impact: Using Data to Make a Difference
January 2, 2017
By Neasa MacErlean
No company is an island: its actions, both direct and indirect, often have a big impact not just on its workplace and...
How Technology is Turning Buildings into Butlers
November 28, 2016
You enter your office and check your phone. An app displays your day’s schedule and prompts you to reserve a room for your next meeting.
Hollywood Stars Heading Backstage in the Hotel Sector
October 12, 2016
By Neasa MacErlean
Actors Robert Redford, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Leonardo DiCaprio have more in common than their Oscars: all have also taken an...
Is There Still Room for the Buccaneer Property Developer?
September 8, 2016
Flamboyant property tycoons are responsible for some of the world’s most visionary real estate projects. But as the market matures, is there still room...
What’s Next for Hotel Investment in Brazil?
September 6, 2016
A new report from JLL indicates that Brazil is still a long-term investment option, attracting a significant amount of foreign investors in spite of...
Four Key China-Related Trends Shaping Asia Pacific Hotel Industry
August 8, 2016
Mainland Chinese investors exported over $5 billion into the hotel real estate sector across the globe in 2015, and the country accounted for nearly...
Asia Pacific First-Half Hotel Transaction Volume Rises 13.2 Percent
July 26, 2016
Japan seen dominating investment volume for the rest of the year
SINGAPORE, 26 July 2016 - Asia Pacific hotel investment volumes in the first half of...
Why Timing is Everything for Convention Center Hotels
July 21, 2016
By Maggie Nichols
Visit any major convention center in the U.S. and chances are there’s a sizeable hotel development either on site or just around the...
Serviced Apartments: The Rising Star of the Hospitality Sector?
July 12, 2016
According to research from JLL, serviced apartments are soon set to become an established asset class as demand for the sector grows due to the rise of the...
Data Center Outages: Why Humans Can be a Building’s Biggest Hazard
June 29, 2016
Somewhere in the world, someone spills a cup of coffee in a data center. In millions of homes and businesses across the United States, televisions go dark just...