Q3 2017 earnings roundup
Q3 2017 earnings roundup
27 OCTOBER 2017 8:54 AM

The HNN staff recaps many of the top public hotel companies’ third-quarter 2017 earnings reports.

Storms set the tone for Q3 earnings season
AccorHotels touts strong Q3 amid flurry of activity
IHG sees good pace, ponders soft brand, more luxury
Whitbread has 100,000-room goal for Premier Inn in UK
Wyndham execs warn of longer-term hurricane effects
New brands, pricing structure in the works for Hilton
La Quinta adjusts in response to hurricane impacts
Hyatt to sell $1.5b in assets, signaling strategy shift
Host Hotels & Resorts weathers through challenging Q3
RLHC continued franchise-business growth momentum in Q3
Ashford Prime’s hotels recover after storms, wildfires
Park officials set yearlong timetable for asset sales
Choice execs: Hurricanes could affect RevPAR numbers
Active buyer: Apple Hospitality buys four hotels in Q3
Transactions, franchising headline ESA’s third quarter
Marriott officials hopeful for loyalty merger in ‘18
HPT to buy more conservatively, focus on renovations
MGM resorts continues recovery after October shooting
With FelCor merger complete, RLJ focuses strategies
Q3: Hoteliers grapple with impact of natural disasters
Q3: Hoteliers explain changes to Q4, full-year guidance
Unpredictable Q3 causes company RevPAR guidance shifts
Execs outline changes in asset strategies during Q3

1 Comment

  • Fidelia April 20, 2018 10:27 PM Reply

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