Hotel & Leisure Advisors completes Market & Financial Feasibility Studies, Appraisals, Economic Impact Studies, and Impact Analyses for hospitality properties. Lenders, developers, investors, and property owners utilize H&LA for all of their financial feasibility and appraisal needs.
For our clients who need assistance in analyzing operations and management of hospitality properties, we offer Operational Analysis and Review and RFP Preparation and Solicitation consulting services. Learn how these services assist owners and operators with improving property operations or assisting client in finding developers or management companies for their properties.
Clients often need assistance at a trial or hearing concerning the value of a proposed or existing property. H&LA offers litigation support and expert witness testimony to support our clients through the trial or hearing process. Learn how H&LA is available to testify at any state or federal court, Board of Revision, Board of Tax Appeal, zoning hearing, other legal proceeding concerning hospitality properties.
Hotel & Leisure Advisors is a hospitality consulting firm specializing in appraisals, feasibility studies, operational reviews, impact analyses, economic impact studies, and litigation support for hotels, resorts, waterparks, casinos, conference and convention centers, amusement parks, golf courses, ski resorts, and other leisure real estate.
Our experienced consultants travel nationwide analyzing hospitality trends, studying leisure industries, and understanding local communities. We focus on competitive markets and empower our clients to make sound decisions with data-driven analysis and insightful recommendations. Read More
At the beginning of 2020, the continuing trend of two decades of growth was expected in the waterpark industry. Major projects will open throughout the United States in both the indoor and outdoor waterpark categories totaling over $1 billion in investment in 2020. Fourteen new standalone waterparks and one resort with outdoor waterpark are anticipated