Q2 2017 earnings roundup
Q2 2017 earnings roundup
28 JULY 2017 8:23 AM

HNN recaps many of the top public hotel companies’ second-quarter 2017 earnings reports.

Analyst outlook: What to expect from Q2 earnings season
Hilton points to calendar shifts as drag on Q2 results
Accor beats revenue predictions, sees return of France
MGM Resorts finds success in focusing on profitability
Host’s Q2 better than expected, execs warn of weaker Q3
With renovations done, ESA shifts focus to franchising
Moscone Center project, renos test Pebblebrook in Q2
Joyce hands over reins to Pacious on Choice Q2 call
Wyndham split should allow ‘sharper focus’ on core
Hyatt: Franchising to grow but ownership still key
RLHC touts strong franchise growth in Q2 2017
San Francisco weakness sinks Park’s second quarter
RLJ: Soft business travel hurts Q2, but outlook is good
Ashford looking at options for select-service hotels
La Quinta’s business spin won’t change its asset plan
Marriott holds steady during industry-challenging Q2
Apple Hospitality focuses on core select-service assets
IHG touts room growth after ‘good first half’ globally
Hotel execs shift blame to calendar for drag on Q2, Q3
Hotel executives share their hopes for tax reform
Closed Moscone Center hurt San Francisco hotels in Q2
HPT sees Sonesta, IHG portfolios grow with acquisitions
Strong Chinese domestic travel lifts China Lodging’s Q2

1 Comment

  • Nevaeh April 21, 2018 12:16 AM Reply

    Ecnimooes are in dire straits, but I can count on this!

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