Industry experts look ahead to 2018, recap 2017
 
Industry experts look ahead to 2018, recap 2017
05 JANUARY 2018 10:14 AM

This roundup of news looks at what hoteliers and industry analysts expect in 2018 as well as a look back at hot-button topics from 2017.

GLOBAL REPORT—There was a lot going on in the hotel industry in 2017, and there’s a lot to look forward to in 2018.

Hotel News Now spoke with designers, analysts, hoteliers and other industry experts to get a feel for what’s expected to be topics of conversation this year, as well as what was top of mind for hoteliers in 2017.

Take a look below at our forward-looking and end-of-year content:

2018 OUTLOOK

Slideshow: F&B, public spaces play into 2018 design
Q1 2018: Forecasting US hotel industry performance
Owners: What supply, deals might look like in 2018
Revenue managers to ‘adapt and adopt’ in 2018

2017 IN REVIEW

Disasters, cycle worries dominate 2017's top stories
M&A, movement, retirements spur hotel CEO turnover
Value, experience motivate major brand launches in 2017

4 Comments

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  • Daisy April 6, 2018 7:21 PM Reply

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