New York Has the Most New Hotel Openings Forecasted for 2017 & Marriott Has Largest Construction Pipeline
May 17, 2017 9:31am
May 17, 2017 – PORTSMOUTH, NH – Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines by project count are: New York with 185 Projects/29,447 Rooms; Houston with 158 Projects/17,475 Rooms; Dallas with 141 Projects/17,869 Rooms; Nashville with 124 Projects/15,614 Rooms; and Los Angeles with 111 Projects/17,701 Rooms.
New York has the most New Hotel Openings forecasted for 2017 of any market with 47 Hotels/7,534 Rooms. Then Dallas, which is forecasted to open 44 Hotels/5,050 Rooms, Houston with 33 Hotels/3,505 Rooms, Austin with 21 Hotels/2,321 Rooms and Los Angeles with 20 Hotels/4,202 Rooms.
The markets with the most New Project Announcements into the Pipeline in the first quarter were: Dallas with 18 Projects/2,282 Rooms, New York with 16 Projects/2,510 Rooms, Orlando with 14 Projects/1,837 Rooms, Tampa with 13 Projects/1,313 Rooms and Kansas City with 11 Projects/1,288 Rooms.
Marriott International currently has the largest and most active pipeline by room-count of any franchise company with 163,063 Rooms/1,264 Projects. Their largest brands in the Pipeline are; Fairfield Inn with 27,220 Rooms/285 Projects, Residence Inn with 23,725 Rooms/188 Projects and TownePlace Suites with 18,450 Rooms/180 Projects.
Marriott also has the most rooms currently Under Construction with 65,924 Rooms/487 Projects, which represents over 1/3 of all Pipeline rooms Under Construction. Additionally, they have the most rooms Scheduled to Start Construction in the Next 12 Months with 78,404 Rooms/637 Projects. And in Early Planning, Marriott has 17,117 Rooms/140 Projects.
In the first quarter, Marriott opened 64 new hotels with 7,187 rooms, just under 30% of all new rooms opened in Q117. The brands with the largest number of new hotels opened are Fairfield Inn with 1,499 Rooms/16 Hotels and Courtyard with 1,411 Rooms/13 Hotels.
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