Month: August 2015
Hotel News Now has reported that total fees and surcharges collected by U.S. hotels are forecast to increase to another record level of $2.47 billion in 2015, according to the latest NYU report. The increase for 2015 reflects a combination of approximately 3.0 percent more occupied hotel rooms than in 2014, more charging of fees and
H&LA completed the waterpark feasibility study for the Typhoon Texas Waterpark in 2014. We offer our client sincere congratulations and best wishes for future success.
Our consultants are headed to Streator, Illinois; New York, New York; and Broken Bow Oklahoma for fieldwork and market research related to a hotel appraisal and two hotel and resort feasibility studies.
Commercial Property Executives is reporting that the Courtyard Anaheim Marriott Themepark Entrance opened August 18th, just a five minute walk from the entrance to Disneyland. H&LA completed the waterpark feasibility study for this project 2014.
H&LA has had the opportunity to work with Great Wolf Resorts over the years and we offer our sincere best wishes to Mr. Rodriguez as he continues the growth and expansion of the Great Wolf brand.
Our hospitality consultants are headed to Nashville, Tennessee and Cooperstown, New York this week for fieldwork related to a hotel feasibility study and a waterpark feasibility study.
A diversified and growing economy, robust convention market, growing tourism and increasing population have all contributed to the success of the Dallas-Fort Worth hotel market.
Great Wolf Lodge is expanding to Colorado with the transformation of the unfinished Renaissance Hotel in Colorado Springs. According to Colorado Springs publication, The Gazette, Great Wolf Lodge is expecting to open its newest destination resorts in the Fall of 2016. The 90 million dollar renovation will include 311 room, a 65,000 square foot waterpark