Hunter Hotel Conference 2015
 
Hunter Hotel Conference 2015
26 MARCH 2015 6:43 AM
HNN is on the scene at the Hunter Hotel Conference in Atlanta. Here's the news coming out of the conference.
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Optimism abounds, but owners still face issues Hunter Conference Day One: Seize the day Deal flow to ebb in 2015
Hunter Conference Day Two: Back to reality Lenders relish the hotel financing landscape Panelists debate supply, cap rates, brands
Strong US data makes for happy hoteliers Hunter: Industry leaders bank on brands High-leverage loans come at a cost
Buy, build or sell? Investors talk top markets 5 trends in the boutique business Get into the extended-stay game, sources say
Lack of land, labor among developers’ dilemmas Asset managers share how to drive rate, group Hotel values remain a moving target
   
Wright invests in next phase of its history    







Video: Hunter Conference Day One recap Video: Hunter Conference Day Two recap Video: Hunter Conference Day Three recap
Vantage focuses on brand, member opportunities Charlestowne sees rising tide for independents How to grow from 0 to 122 hotels in 11 months
     



 

2 Comments

  • Eternity July 24, 2016 9:02 AM

    You are right Snoopy, the Soviet NKVD or its latter version, the KGB would have taken care of things quite well and I should have known better. I was thinking too much of "The Concrete Mi&erxquot; and a 1973 film, "The Chinese in Paris" in which the conquest of France by the Chinese is totally undone with the conquers being swamped by French wine, women and song!PS: I have finally mastered replying to comments in their proper place, Hurrah!

  • Eternity July 24, 2016 9:02 AM

    You are right Snoopy, the Soviet NKVD or its latter version, the KGB would have taken care of things quite well and I should have known better. I was thinking too much of "The Concrete Mi&erxquot; and a 1973 film, "The Chinese in Paris" in which the conquest of France by the Chinese is totally undone with the conquers being swamped by French wine, women and song!PS: I have finally mastered replying to comments in their proper place, Hurrah!

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