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H&LA Senior Associate, Stephen Szczygiel, weighed in with Hotel News New about the return of group business. Family reunions and weddings are driving demand with small hotels benefitting from small groups. Published by: Laura Koss-Feder/Hotel News Now Published date: April 2024 There’s no stopping weddings and reunions, and hotels of all sizes are poised to

2023: A Year of New Challenges and Opportunities for Hoteliers

The hotel industry has moved on from many challenges that have plagued it since the COVID-19 pandemic, but new challenges and opportunities have presented themselves in 2023. Carrying on from 2022, markets continue to deal with the highest cost of debt in decades, but the fear of a recession has receded, and the possibility of

Top Concerns and Trends for Hoteliers in 2022

As we get ready to flip the calendar to a new year, we are reflecting on the hospitality industry in 2022, which has proven to be a dynamic and interesting year. Many of the challenges that plagued the industry in 2021 still exist but in many instances to a lesser extent. By year-end new challenges

As Hotel News Now reports, hotel transactions are expected to pick up in 2021 after decreasing dramatically in 2020 in response to the pandemic. Published by: Dana Miller/Hotel News Now Published date: February 2021 After a dour 2020, the pace of deals in the U.S. hotel industry is expected to pick up this year, even

Top 10 hotel trends in 2020: Are they here to stay?

Back when we were all naïve enough to think that 2020’s biggest headache would be a seemingly endless year of political campaign ads, hotels and resorts in the U.S. were poised to enjoy the fruits of a robust economy. But the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic threw the industry into chaos, forcing hotels and resorts