Tag: market improvement


2010 the transitional year for US hospitality market

Author: Joseph McInerney

Categories: Financial, Investment, Staff
Tags: development, market improvement
Joseph McInerney: “We had just sort of a transitional year coming out of the end of the economic downturn that we had.  Last year we had significant increase in occupancy, in average rate and RevPAR.  This year is going to be a year where we’re going to be building revenue based on increasing our average rate [...]
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